Pefkos Beach Hotel
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... life in that significant city. At its peak there were 250000 inhabitants. Statues of Mark Antony and Cleopatra (both of whom visited), the library, a small concert hall as an amphitheatre, and the plumbing-- terra cotta pipes still intact and in line as they were more than 2000 years ago. The crowning feature for me was the main amphitheatre that had a capacity of 250000 people. Its acoustics were impressive. Our tour guide demonstrated it by singing a song and the volume ...
... He died for all, that those who live should no longer live for themselves but for Him who died for them and was raised again! (2 Cor 5: 14). This IS ...
... At its time it contained a total of 127 columns, the 36 fašade columns being decorated with reliefs. It was 115 metres long, 55 metres wide and 18 metres high. This site was marvelled for having not only the 127 marble pillars but also a marble roof!
From this site we saw a collection of buildings and ruins from various periods of time dating back 3000 years including the church of St John (the Baptist) where he is reputed ...
... of that stuff and it's still fairly good for you.
After stuffing ourselves, we were rolled onto the bus and we were on our final push to the last city of our tour, Kusadasi which means Bird Island in Turkish. It's right on the coast of the Aegean Sea and is a big port city for cruise ships. This is also the home of our guide and we got an invite to go to his condo for wine and cheese before we all went to dinner ...
... central water supply system that delivered running water to all public buildings (including a public latrine) and wealthy homes.
Ephesus also has a large religious importance as it was where Paul lived for two years while bringing Christianity to the world and is the setting for one of the books of the bible (St Paul's Letter to the Ephesians).
We then travelled to Kusadasi where we are staying in a beautiful seaside hotel with a great sea ...