- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... even more so now on a tight budget, we are already worrying about how we might fit all of this additional stuff into our already bulging luggage, especially when we fly off to Athens in a couple of weeks and our luggage allowance reverts to 20kg each. Funnily enough, we had no trouble polishing off the Smirnoff though and that is long gone.
Apart from checking out the Kusadasi coastline and ...
... a BB King Blues Concert in the Main Showroom / Theatre. Previously we had listened to them several times in the much smaller Queens Lounge. Can they perform??!!! They are a wonderful black American band, who play and sing with great gusto, passion and quality. We have enjoyed their work immensely.
At 6:00pm we once again set sail with a view to sailing through the night again to moor in Santorini, Greece around 7am Saturday 19 July 2014.
Today we visited Ephesus, an old city with history from Romans, Greeks, Turks and biblical ties too. After breakfast, we left the ship at 8:30am on a bus. Our first stop was high on a hill overlooking Ephesus, the last home of the Virgin Mary. After the death of Jesus, John the apostle was given the responsibility of caring for Mary and he took her with him to Ephesus. Later she was moved to a home in the mountains where ...
... our guide right away - his name was Tez – a lovely man, engaged to another tour guide.
After a short walk to the van, we were soon on our way. Tez told us that yesterday there had been 12,000 people in this area as two or three cruise ships docked in Izmir and one or two in Kusadaci - four all up I think. Today it is just Princess and a smaller ship – about the same size as an Aida ship.
I could see Kusadaci had grown a little ...
... height and discover these were public toilets with trenches underneath that slaves had to clean ,often, even as they were being used!
Further along the marbled road, as it curved down and around, we found an amphitheater with the seating area and floor still intact and a library that had enormous walls. We saw many temples along the road and many pieces of ruins just lying in a big square, some were pieces of pillars and others ...