Moevenpick Hotel Izmir
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... pancake type bread cooked on a hot stone plate then a minced meat filling added. We had this in a restaurant sitting on cushions on the ground. The previously nomadic people made this with such speed.
Drove passed the site of the Artemis Temple, sold by the Ottomans to the British in 1904. It is now in London & only one column remains. The ultimate in recycling- St John's Basilica was built from the left ...
... knows we like the smaller roads.) The lane got narrower and narrower. As we made one last turn. TomTom had the last laugh. The lane ahead was a flight of stairs.... We had to double back down the hill - in reverse. Amazingly, we made it without a scratch.
We got back to the main road past the Red Basilica and found a small road that wound up the mountain toward the site of the ruins. It was ...
... Ephesus is really a collection of a few different ancient sites. Some of the most famous are the Library of Celsus, Temple of Artemis, and Temple of Hadrian.
After walking through most of the ruins, we walked up to the ancient amphitheater. As soon as I saw it, I knew Ryder wouldn't miss an opportunity to have us sing there. We went down to the bottom of this gigantic amphitheater and starting setting up ...
... columns. It was just a murky pool but we did have a very good view of a big hilltop fort which had been a former site of Ephesus, and of St John’s church which was dedicated to him in the 4th century, just the basement area visible now. St John died in Ephesus and lived here for a number of years. The temple of Artemis had been around from about 4C BC, the site had been moved because of silting and was eventually abandoned, as so ...
... stayed for a little while but there was more to see of course and we had to keep going to the next stop, the necropolis or ancient cemetery. We took a little back path, the first part was big flat stones and as Pete said, imagine how many people have taken this path carrying bodies for burial. We did a wee bit of off-roading, and I’m sure if we were the Baum fields we would have found several caches today, but dammit, we didn’t have our GPS!