Sahin Yuvasi Hotel & Apartments
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... up in a strange way.
The salesman at the ceramics store offered us a better deal if we paid with American currency rather than using our credit cards. Joyce handed over a $5 bill. The man examined it carefully and read the name of the President. "Lincoln," he said. "Was he Jewish? His name is Abraham, and that's a Jewish name."
I explained that none of the U.S. presidents have been Jewish. I said Lincoln was the one who ...
... The Great Theatre was an
awesome sight as it once seated 25,000 people and looks out over the
valley below which used to be the port before the sea retreated to
Austrian Archaeological mob are funding the restoration of the
theatre and other Universities and organisations are working in other
areas of the site. There
are large areas covered with huge
chunks of carved
and engraved marble
from assorted buildings, just ...
... 6 000 BC). Ephesus was a port city in ancient times and had Greek settlers from 1 050 BC. The ancient city visited today was founded around 300 BC by one of the generals of Alexander the Great. The city lived its history through the Hellenistic and Roman period, and had a population of 200,000 inhabitants. Ephesus was the largest port city of Roman Province of Asia.
The following monuments called our attention (in the order of how we passed by):
- The ...
... on the key and in the room is different to the name of the hotel I booked! So either we’re in the wrong place or they have multiple names!
Tomorrow we’re off to Istanbul where we meet up with Paul Wallace who will be fresh from smashing out a personal best in the London marathon, Sarah The Bain Train ‘ Baini and The Sutto’s. Little bit excited for our reunion!!
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Ella & Ben
... you were on there you chose when to pay the driver, at the start, half way or when you hop off. The longer journeys seemed to be run by all different private companies and there was no central information point, hence why all the bus companies were 'oh so helpful' - or at least give you half of the information, the rest you worked out when you were on the bus (oh we have to change buses now? It wasn't actually direct? That wasn't included in our price? I see...). ...