Ponz Boutique Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
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Turkey is an enigma. So cosmopolitan, secular and accepting of change, but ruled by a conservative religious individual trying to insinuate his religious beliefs into the mainstream. Extremists of any (make that EVERY) faith are trying to make inroads in the political discourse here as well as at home. It scares me. Fundamentalists fear change. Turkey is far more cosmopolitan than I had ever thought. A ...
... for the most part, the stores seemed to be strictly local. And while some of the vendors were difficult to shake off, it was fun to bargain with them, and try to get them to lower their prices to something that seemed reasonable to us, and was probably still profitable for them.
We did a lot of negotiating in a couple of ceramics stores selling hand painted plates and vases.
At one, an artist took Joyce’s arm and ...
... the top floor there is a pool and we had a great view of the harbor including the cruise ships – two left today. Whilst the cruise ships look like fun they are certainly making it much more crowded in most of the places we are going to. As we get to know the other tour members we are really enjoying their company. Perry our tour guide is also great and she shared her culture by describing her wedding today. Most interesting. ...
... St John to look after his dear ol' ma after his death. St John left Judea and headed for Ephesus. He took Mary with him and she spent the final years of her life living in a small cottage at the back of grand Roman Villa up in the mountains above the city. I asked what happened to Joseph, his step dad, but no one seems to have given that much thought. Plot hole people!!! Anyway, at the end of the 19th century, a couple of priests started to look for ...
... This is where we were able to experience archaeology from ancient times. It was pretty astonishing! It was amazing to see their city from ancient days and even though it is not fully built anymore and functional today it was fun to trying to visualize and piece together with my imagination the way the city was back then, and to top it all off, my choir and I were able to perform in the amphitheater at this site which seats thousands ...