Sahin Yuvasi Hotel & Apartments
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... cosmopolitan and it's so close to Greece that a lot of Greeks have holiday apartments here. This is definitely not the type of hotel I would normally pay for when I travel on a budget.....so I was very glad that we were here for 2 nights. Jam-packed day on Wednesday. Due to a number of Cruise ships in port, we had to share our space with a lot of other people (including a tour group called Sea Song Tours who are a christian fellowship, enjoying the very loud bible sermons ...
Max managed to pay some attention drawing the comparison between Ephestus Ostia Anticqua near Rome with the merchant huts and mosaics tha tline their floors.
From Ephestus it was a short trip to the Temple of Artemis, one of the seven wonders. Today there is an impressive seagull nest on the top of the sole remaining pillar of the temple.
On the way back to Kusadsi we played a Pantheon quiz that I thoroughly failed at, Max ...
... these two. We tried to make our evening look as unattractive as possible, so they wouldn’t want to hang out with us. We even drained the guy of his money at the poker table, and he still sat there cheering for us. What’s it going to take? Jason and I are going to the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul tomorrow and will be looking for fake beards, a wig, and a burka to wear on the boat. Hopefully that strategy will buy us one night of ...
... was an important port from around 3000 years ago,
until the coast and river silted up 100 years later, and then it’s fate was
sealed by an earthquake which buried parts of it, at which point it was
abandoned to be ...
... the seven ancient world wonders. The Temple of Artemis was once the largest in the world, bigger and grander than the Parthenon in Athens. Sadly only one reconstructed column of the original 127 remain, home to a storks nest and about the only thing to see today. It is a test of the imagination to appreciate what it would have been like, but the empty field is also testament to the transitory nature of human achievement. ...