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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... St John was supposedly buried there after he died. This is right outside of Ephesus where St. John spent his last years. In the time of the Ottoman empire, the church was turned into a bazaar. Just down the hill from this church is the single standing pillr of the Temple of Artemis, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Just next ...
... city which was cool, literally 12 degrees. Perfect on a hangover, altho a little claustrophobic! Some of those tunnels are tiny, And we have some tall people on our trip. The underground city is 8 floors high and housed up to 6,000 people during the wars, but only three levels are open to the public. We saw their kitchens, the roof was blackened with the smoke absorption. There was one 120m ventilation shaft which allowed air in, I would hate to imagine how stuffy ...
... was so close). Ephesus was one of the seven churches of Asia that are cited in the Book of Revelation. The Gospel of John may have been written here and we started our day visiting mary's house just up the road and yes it was packed with lots and lots of people for the holy water and prayers. I won't say more on that subject. Tour bus interesting. English speaking tour guide we could not understand (why do they think that being ...
... trees leading up to the entrance of the home. The park below was well manicured and had a private feel despite the bus loads of people arriving to become another house guest of Mary’s. Jason and I were deep in thought rehearsing the prayer we were going to say once inside the house. I was in a spiritual groove until two fat Russian ladies behind us in line started to get into a fight with each other about who cut whom in line. I ...
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Library and amphitheatre
We went back down the marble steps on the outside of the houses and then onto the magnificent library, past the sign for the brothel and then to the amphitheatre which holds 24,000 people. It was this amphitheatre where gladiators fought and where lions were brought out to entertain the crowd as only they could back in those days.
We made our way to the exit stopping to pause back towards ...