Pefkos Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Sunday we wake up to overcast skies for our day at sea. It is also the first time we have felt like we are at sea with the waves a little wilder than usual. I have room service for breakfast but Johnny prefers the waiter service in the dining room. At 11.00 we go to the card room for some bridge lessons and play a couple of hands. The old colonial pub beckons for lunch with Beef and Guinness pies the order of the day. ...
... toilets, covered exercise rooms , a swimming pool and a ceremonial hall unfortunately there is not much to see of the gymnasium the area is largely covered with broken pillars and such . Opposite the Gymnasium are several sarcophagus. From Ephesus we made our way to Artmemis Temple which was consider one of the Seven Wonders of The World. Unfortunately there is not much left apart from a solitary column and a few rocks. behind the temple was the Basicilla of St John Christian ...
... so more on that later. Did I happen to mention that I bought a leather jacket? We went to one of these enforced stops this morning where they modeled some beautiful leather. I brought a jacket which is so thin and fine it can be rolled up in a tiny ball, and then just shaken out to remove the wrinkles. It is made from leather taken from the underside of a lamb. I have never seen anything like it before. That was a big treat! Tonight ...
... see the ruins. Figure we'll see more of that when we get to Rome. I know, I know, different ruins entirely...but...they are all starting to look alike to me now!! The pottery, linens, leathers and such, though, NEVER get old!! While we were in port, however, we stopped mid morning for a small glass of beer. It's becoming somewhat of a tradition, and happening earlier and earlier each day. Today, ...
... to Kusadasi we stopped at a Mosque. This was also a unique experience as it was an old Mosque but was still used for services today. It was gorgeous inside. Rules on the outside of the Mosque stated that visitors wear shirts that cover their shoulders and take their shoes off upon entering. In the courtyard of the Mosque, were beautiful roses, one was white with red just on the top. Throughout all of Kusadasi there ...