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We had a tough decision to make. After two full days of touring Gallipoli, Troy and Pergamon ruins in 38 degrees heat we arrived into Kusadasi. The town contains Europe's largest waterpark and there lie the problem! Our tour was scheduled to head to Ephesus, famous for being the best-preserved Roman city. It once housed a population of 220,000 and …
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On our way to our final stop on our Turkish tour, our bus finally arrives in the city of Kusadasi at about 9PM, where someone from our hotel is meeting us. After standing on the side with our backpacks for about 20 minutes and no sign of anyone there to pick us up, we walk over to the ticket booth and Jill patiently …
This port was a beauty... Mykonos, a real jewel in the Mediterranean. Now laugh out loud as this is what we did. The Cruise Director had told us we would dock at 12.30 (yes after Midnight) and could go ashore as it was a party town and would be alive. So we did! Left the ship about 1.50 am and started to walk.... No footpaths so that was fun. We were almost in town (didn't know it was 2 miles!) it ...
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That ended our Ephesus stay -- yes, it was worth the travel. We really enjoyed our visit!!
So today we visited the ancient city of Ephesus in Turkey :) started out with a drive to the house of the Virgin Mary where she stayed with St John. After Jesus was crucified he apparently gave his mother over to the care of St John and they moved to this house in Turkey. We were also able to have holy water from the house as well. From there, back on the bus to the city of Ephesus, which was beautiful! We were able to see where the shops used to ...
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