Seaview Suite Hotel
Travel Blogs from Kusadasi
... housed over 3500000 people in its heyday. The original site was believed to have been originally founded by a tribe of female warriors called Amazons, the second coming was by Androclos a Greek who had a vision to start a settlement. it is also known that the Lelegians and the Carians had lived there earlier. along with the Persians. This was followed by the Romans then the Greeks. Ephesus remains a sacred its for Christians due to the association with several ...
... yoghurt , chickpeas, beans soups and mixed vegetable dishes, stuffed capsicum, rice, choc pudding, yoghurt soup, moussaka and the list goes on.
after filling our tummies we move off to the city of Ephesus. From the road you can see a couple of ancient ruins, but on entering the marbled pathway you find that the city just goes on and on and on. We pass a street that shows arches evenly spaced as you walk and ...
... to being able to go to Ephesus, the ancient Roman city which is one the most preserved in the world and said to be one of the wonders of the world. Kusadasi has turned from a sleeping fishing village just 30 years ago to a major tourist destination following the slow uncovering of this magnificent archeological site. So far they have only uncovered about 10% and this work will go on forever as the city extends all the way to the delta. The population of Kusadasi is only around ...
... It was okay, but I had trouble choking the
whole thing down. So, we went in search
of something sweet afterward and found some cookies and chocolate at the
market. Thank goodness for sweets. They never taste bad. Our lunch yesterday consisted of fudge,
cookies and baklava… can’t go wrong with
that. 3rd night, still no
roommates! We’re lucky so ...
... Moon” found some rugby highlights on his satellite-feed much to Eli’s delight.
Half Moon didn’t really have much to offer in the food department so we settled on a place that had reasonable prices and was nearly full while its neighbour’s patio was barren. We split an Iskender Kebap, which Eli had enjoyed so much in Dikili, and a Turkish pizza. Both were very good, the later ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking