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This entry is out of order...I'm behind schedule, and I'll try to catch up over the next few days. We're in Kusadasi, which is the jumping off point for the Greek and Roman ruins of Ephesus...truly one of the wonders of the world. However we've been here before and visited Ephesus a couple of times, so we planned to have a day off (silly, isn't it, to need a day off from vacationing?), and revisit a seaside restaurant for lunch where we'd stopped ...
... season. As we would get out of the territory of one store then next person we saw would say now it was his turn and start telling me they had bargains, After a couple of hours of looking around the port we stopped for a beer and then worked up the strength to go back through the gauntlet of salesman to get back to the ship. We got back to the ship and headed to afternoon trivia and were rested up for the days to come. I really think ...
... million during the summer when the large resort fills with tourists from Turkey itself, northern Europe and the Balkans. (and all the cruise ships)
Terry, Sharon, Vince and myself opted to stay in town and go to the bazaar and just take the day at leisure. Evald and Laurie headed off to see the ancient site of Ephesus. Vince and I did that tour in 2011.
The pictures added to this blog of Ephesus are courtesy of Evald and ...
Today the cruise ship had arrived in Turkey at
the port of Kusadasi. We had sailed over night from Mykonos, we ad
left about midnight. Due to the optional that I decided to do in this
port, I had to get up early to be off the ship early. The optional
was to visit the ruins of Ephesus, an ancient Roman city. I got up at
6am, dressed, went up to the main dinning room and had breakfast –
it was ...
... absolutely breathtaking under the gorgeous blue sky. What an incredible site! I went wild jumping all over the place snapping pictures and dragging Michel along, my very own private photographer to take some of me standing in front of the Library! Hahaha!
Built in 114 AD, our TD explained to us that the library was damaged throughout the centuries by the ...