Seaview Suite Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... for it! Up to Ephesus after lunch (along with a million other tourists) and then we checked out a little Greek village on a hill that has been inhabited since the exchange of populations back in 1924. We arrived back to the hotel at 3pm. I went and had a manicure for AUD$10 and then we all went out for dinner. Most nights we are just given a time that we can have dinner in the hotel restaurant (eg: between 7pm and 9pm), however tonight was an organised thing, at a ...
... people in its hey day! and had a canal leading to the ocean which was destroyed during numerous earthquakes we then went to Sinence Village up in the mountains where the kids made bracelets and the adults tasted fruit wines (tasted like Robitussin!) then back down to the port for a fun re-enactment and then lunch. Hot day, close to 90! Fun sail away past lots of greek and Turkish islands Tomorrow is Katie's birthday in Rhodes ...
Up very early this morning to get on the coach for a tour to Ephesus archeological site. We drove through Kusadasi, where the ship docked, and on through pretty countryside. We arrived at Ephesus nice and early beating most of the crowds. When we got inside the ruins, we were gob smacked. Such an amazing place. One of the best ancient cities that we have seen - and we have seen a few by now. Ephesus was founded about 400 BC and at its height, around the birth ...
... in the bag, we stopped off at St. John's Basilica after taking a dolmuş back to Selšuk. The Basilica contained a good deal of ruins. Most notable among them was the set of three arches near the center, the octagonal baptistry of St. John, and the grave in which he was buried. Further up the hill, but closed for maintenance, was the castle of St. John, and over the edge of the wall around the Basilica was a superb view of the city of Selšuk.
... street, which we followed. We stopped also at the silver shop where Paul is known to have been. Farther down the road, we visited the terrace houses-levels upon levels of homes built on top of each other and upon a hill. Beautiful mosaics and patterned marble walls are still intact, or have been reconstructed using the pieces found. One mosaic shows Poseidon using a hippocampus to kidnap a mermaid. Others show floral designs or other gods. It is ...