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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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... here than anywhere else on the trip. My camera was out, and I was ready. Such a spectacular site. With Bahar’s narration, the city came to life. I imagined life in the ancient city. The political center, shopping district, the library, amphitheater, arena….even the *****houses! We learned how to interpret the ancient “pie symbol” which referenced Christianity. So interesting, I had no clue.
Sorry for the delay in this post but, my cold has gotten the better of me. Mainly congested with my nose running and a slight fever so when we got back to the boat I had a date with my pillow and Theraflu.
It was interesting to learn that Turkey is actually part of Asia, at least 97% of it is. Our tour guide was hilarious and we got to call him Bert and the bus driver Ernie as their names were too ************ounce. ...
Yosef, our guide met us at the dock and after brief introductions, we immediately left for our first destination, Mary's house. Mary, mother of Jesus, is said to have moved to Ephesus later in her life, aided by St John, for safe haven. Traditional verbal accounts and other sources led to the archeological discovery of the house Mary lived in the 1950's. We walked through the stone dwelling, ...
... of St John just nearby and also the Isabey mosque, both of which used stone from the temple. Also, a lot of the octal houses and farm building are built using marble from the temple complex. After what the locals have done to their heritage, maybe there is a case for keeping the spoils of war in Berlin and London?
That night, we treated ourselves to a delicious meal in Kusadesi centre. I watched the Spain Vs Holland game until they were given ...
... were candles for prayer and a wall of wishes, as this is a pilgrimage site for many Catholics. Ephesus was much grander than I had first imagined it would be. The ruins, while ruined, also had some of its original architectural flavor in contact. You could really get a sense of how it might have been to live or visit the ancient town. The majority of it's remains date back to roman control over the city, and I felt like one of the servants dragging around our broken ...