Pefkos Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... forget the myriad shops, touters, taxis, restaurants and look for something special. Like a wedding in a small church in Messina, a wedding party in Civitavechia, a group of Turks playing cards under a grape vine shaded terrace in Kusadasi, these are the things that give us real pleasure. We are threatened with 6 cruise ships in Rhodes tomorrow - not sure how we will survive that! Will tell you next instalment. Love to you all Evelyn/Lyn/Evie and ...
... in searing heat like I had not felt for a long time made me consider in my sweaty sea salted skin, that it was in turkey where I was basted and roasted, and you already know I am stuffed, hoovering up left overs. We arrived at a large camp site right next to a sandy beach, I am looking forward to that tomorrow, plus ...
... in winter/off season but swells to around 10 times during peak season with apartment owners coming to stay for a months at a time from throughout Europe. Lucky for us there are only 3 ships in today as this is the end of the tourist season which means Kusadasi will slow down for the winter. Once docked we headed off to Ephesus on our ship tour which took around only 20 minutes of driving up through the hills, with fantastic views along the coast. The delta area that used to be ...
... us but we are Aussies I guess. The rooftop did have an amazing view at sunset Sam and Daniel the Aussie mate got the most out of it with Sandra the owner. I however had met her older pommie friend, he had been almost everywhere, knew lots of famous people and done everything else. It was a constant struggle to extricate myself from the conversations. But finally it was 9pm and we had to go to dinner, I would definitely recommend to go and stay with Sandra at the ...
... and is now a place for tourists to visit. The contrast between the Islamic lights and writing on the walls, against the Christian frescos of Jesus and Mary were unexpected. Across the road we also visited the Islamic Art Museum where we saw great examples of Turkish Carpets, Korans and other antiques. We also found a dinner plate sized fold-out ‘Mecca indicator’. It contained a map of the world (Australia was not shown) a needle pointer and ...