Pefkos Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... 3 months until the first ship in March. He will visit family in other parts of Turkey and relax. When the season is on they work 15+ hours a day 7 days a week as there might be 4 huge ships a day in port. Apparently there are lots of bargains to be had but we weren't really in a shopping mood. Because we had done a comprehensive tour of Ephesus a couple of years ago and had seen the amphitheatre where Paul preached and ...
... that the archeologists were piecing together millions of shards below while we walked over the top watching their work.
Nearing the end of the main road we hopped in another public bus to try and visit the museum where they house all of the real treasures of the ruin so that they won't walk away. Unfortunately it was closed so we'll just have to come ...
... of Canakkale, where the famous ruins of the City of Troy are located. There isn't much left to see, but it is astounding to think that the city was originally built around 3000 BC and was in existence until about 400 AD when it was moved because the port it was located on was silting up and couldn't be used any more. It is amazing that they have uncovered 9 different layers of the city and they are still excavating! You may remember that Troy was the scene ...
... Ismir. It took quite some time to get through Ismir - a city of 3.3 million people. Once we got onto the ring road and freeway things were better. Again we were hugging the Agean coastline. Another late arrival with not much time befor tea. Hotel is okay, but not as good as the previous one in Canakale. Another buffet style meal which works well as you can try a variey of dishes, and not be stuck ...
... was spent exploring the Ephesus Ruins (Theatre, Celsius Library, Agora, Odeon, Domitianus Temple, Trajan Fountain, Roman Latrine, Terrace Houses). Following lunch we visited the Ephesus Museum and also one of the 7 wonders of the ancient world - Artemis Temple (not that there is much left of it standing!). Back to Kusadasi at reasonable time today so we went for a wander along the beachfront and saw a little of the local area. Ian and Talia had their first swim in the Agean ...