Marina Hotel Kusadasi
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On a chilly morning in Canakkale we departed at 7:30am on the 20 minute drive to the ancient city of Troy. Our small group was guided around the ruins of this famous place although we did not particularly enjoy this part of the tour. There was not much to see and we found ourselves spending more time being distracted by the feral cats and messing …
We got to Kusadasi and my bag was there. It was nice to wear something
different. It is easier to travel with no stuff though. Less worry about putting things away.
All the batteries are charged. Pictures downloaded.
... leather coats, jewellery, or carpets. The shop keepers keep telling me "we send DHL free to Aust!"
Life on the ship is lovely, but by the time we have 3 course dinner at 8pm are too tired to try the Salsa class at 10.30 then the dancing!! In your dreams!
... 13th century BC.) Excavations began in the 19th century by the French and the Germans. Today the Germans are still working on the site. When we were in the Pergamon Museum in Berlin a few years ago, we saw the Market Gate of Miletus, a huge room filled with marble edifices that I learned a few minutes ago were from this very place!
By now we were worn out and very hot. Our guide, Genghis, (after Genghis Khan) took us to a delightful outdoor ...
TURKEY, Kusadasi – July 11 & 12, 2013
Another beach resort, but somewhat different from Antalya, which we visited a week ago – not that we had much time to visit the city. Our guide told us it is very popular with many European visitors, especially with the English and French. Lots of cruise ships were in and great shopping was available, or so I was told. We had no time to shop: Carl is happy!