- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... write notes and place them on a wall by the house in hopes they will be answered by the Virgin Mary. We wrote one on a scrap of paper we head. As the site is so small and we had 45 minutes we went round again to make sure we hadn't missed anything! Next stop was Ephesus. Ephesus is an ancient city that dates back to 6000 BC. The temple of Artemis is one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. We saw all the sites in the city including the Grand Theater and Celsius ...
... while to settle in before we headed to the rooftop restaurant (casual, I know) to enjoy yet another Turkish dinner! After dinner, we took some pictures on the roof and made a group decision to go out and explore the city if Izmir! I have a really strong feeling we will regret this decision, but hey, we are only in Turkey a few more days! Lets see where the night takes us!!
Izmir, I love you!
... to Ephesus and Pumakkale for the next two days.
While having lunch, it started to rain cats and dogs, so I headed back to the hostel, as there wasn't much else I could do.
Luckily, there as a pommy bloke there and I chatted to him for a couple of hours about what he has done in Turkey and what recommendations he had.
After a couple of hours chatting, the sun peeped its' head through and it started to clear up. So that afternoon I walked around Izmir, visiting ...
... too so I’ve made sure there are enough photos for the obligatory Christmas cat mug for Pete in December. He’ll be happy about that. He did say that in the men’s’ toilet, in one of the handbasins, there were three cats curled up around each other but he didn’t take a photo.
Lunch was close by, a large restaurant run by nomads and we sat in a series of small enclosures, on the floor, on cushions, with a central table. ...
... to the top there was a priest there with four other people praying.
As you can see from the photo it was quite a climb - the temple is just above Pete's hat - and it took 25 minutes with several stops to catch my breath (Pete was fine), but worthwhile at the bottom of the main steps when we chatted with a lovely young Italian archaeologist who showed us three Byzantine graves just by the path, they had been found, excavated and now she was ...