- Swimming pool
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... I could never grow old of it. Each venture through the market- filled, winding lanes usually took me somewhere new and unexpected. This town was rapidly becoming a city, with crowds at every turn. I was yet to experience the tranquility I so desired here. I found this place endearing yet with no sounds of silence, I became restless.
A searingly hot August afternoon, I began to saunter along the harbour, on the edge of the city's madness. Today, ...
... except for a few ancient ruins that protruded above the surface. It is believed that it became an extinct city due to the bay silting up, making it impossible for it to be a fishing village and economic centre of the times. In 1869 excavation by archaeologists commenced to once again bring to light the ancient city. This careful excavation has continued over the last 145 years, however at this stage only between 10 and 20% of the city has been ...
... architect was removed and reconstructed in the Pergamon Museum in Berlin. Seems weird that Turkish Treasures would be displayed in a German Museum. Our tour guide, Tamer was very passionate about having the Turkish discoveries returned to Turkey. Makes sense to me. We slept a lot of the way back to Selcuk and listened to Tamer as he explained the area and Turkish cultures to us. He told us how arranged marriages still exist. And the process requires the moms ...
We've been to this port in 2008 and then we did a shore excursion to the hills area and a little World Heritage listed village called Sirince ... such a lovely peaceful setting. I'll never forget the wizzend little old man who insisted on polishing my white trainers even tho' I told him I had no money ! The result was my trainers never looked the same and I gave him a tea bag and a coin - that's all I had!!!
... there all day.
We returned to our hotel and had a lovely sleep.
The wandered around the town looking at all the tourist shops. This is one of the more popular ports of call for all the cruise ships and amazingly some of the stuff looks just like the stuff in Bali.
Dinner was at a lively restaurant that had entertainment with a guy playing guitar and singing classic 70 ' s music and finally ...