Seaview Suite Hotel
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... etc. but it’s a shame I didn’t win the raffle prize (a ticket for just turning up), it was a pretty Pandora-style necklace.
We all had to hand in our passports today and will get them back on 4 October, something to do with Turkish regulations I think but I’m not sure. And we need to take a photo ID with us on shore in the coming week. We’ve been doing that anyway, always have a photocopy ...
... in the Great Theatre of Ephesus where we will be entertained by the Agean Chamber Orchestra. There hasn't been a concert in the theatre since 1999 when Elton John played so I guess HA has some drag. Concerts were banned as they feared the loud music would damage the delicate ruins but I guess money talks.
Holland America pulled out all the stops last night with a magnificent evening at Ephesus. The Harbour Street was set ...
... we’d heard tales of a very vigorous scrub, me that I might get groped or ogled – I’d read tales on tripadvisor – and both of us just because we didn’t really know what to expect – always a compromising thing when naked. So I compromised by wearing a bikini under the little table cloth thing they gave me.
We walked into the hammam, a big domed sauna basically, to see rows of stalls with ...
... period, making it the third largest city of Roman Asia The city was famed for the Temple of Artemis (completed around 550 BC), and considered one of the 7 wonders of the ancient world. In 268 AD, the Temple was destroyed or damaged in a raid. It may have been rebuilt or repaired but this is uncertain, as its later history is not clear. Emperor Constantine rebuilt much of the ...
Leaving Dalyan we caught a minibus to Ortaca where we boarded a larger express bus as far as Aydin to change back to a minibus to take us to Selcuk. The scenery again was spectacular with all the mountains, lots of switch backs and crazy Turks driving like maniacs. Including the bus drivers. We booked into the Boomerang Guest House run by a Turk that has been to Oz a few times and has two brothers that still reside in Australia. We ate a ...