Pefkos Beach Hotel
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- Free parking
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... around the area, when we heard this music, a truck with musicians were playing followed by a horse drawn carriage parading newly weds through the city streets now that is something we've never seen before. Gail, Gav & I all bought leather coats/jacket, Gail & I will have to check if we are wearing the coats before going out as they are the same. Too tired to go to the Country & Western ...
... Mr G took us to a Turkish tavern for kebab. Kebab in Turkey usually comes with a load of meat, rice and chips and a token bit of tomato, but also a side salad. The amount of food is usually quite staggering even for meat eaters like us, so consequently a fair amount is left over. The dessert consisted of fresh fruit and pumpkin cured in tahini, honey and cloves. The pumpkin is thinly sliced and still has a crunch to it - unusual but very ...
... to have known as compared to today. Pipes run through the ruins; arches support would-be homes. Architects have collected the various pieces that do not yet have a home in a complete piece in vast fields of columns, pipes, and marble pieces, like a giant puzzle that is being put together. We were first able to see the city hall, where Paul stood as he was accused. Rows of seats, like a theater, remain intact from ancient times. Paul was then dragged ...
... as we continue on. To make matters worse Warren is one of the sufferers and was ill again this morning on the ferry. Good luck to the poor lad.
At midday we pulled of the main road into a olive tree field and had lunch. Salad sanwiches and a piece of fruit. The food might not sound exciting but you are really ready for it when meal times come and it tastes great.
Back on the road to Kusadasi and all was quiet till 4pm ...
... very informative (and her accent very much reminded us of Borat) however we saw that you can purchase an audio tour at the gates and then go at your own pace rather than have to stay with a group of people on a set time frame which is what I would do the next time. We have been told that this city is second only in the world to Pompeii so we are very excited about our upcoming Pompeii tour when we get to Rome and it will be interesting to see how it compares to this wonderful ...