Seaview Suite Hotel
Travel Blogs from Kusadasi
... Zealand and back to Los Angeles. She feels familiar tied up next to us.
As I record this day, it is almost 5:00pm and we are scheduled to sail in an hour for Bodrum, about 185 miles south of here where we will arrive at 7:00 tomorrow morning. Tonight is “Smart Casual” aboard Constellation and I am certain I can be “Casual” but uncertain as to whether or not I can pull off the “Smart” ...
... 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 ...
... in Kusadasi early and were on the bus at 7-30am. We drove about 30 minutes to the site along roads lined with Mulberry trees used for feeding the silk worms which produce the threads for the Turkish carpets made here. Our gudie was knowlegeable but did like the sound of his own voice and tended to show us what he deemed important. I stopped him a couple of times to ask for an explanation of buildings he had simply ...
... The second pressing produces a little more of the bitterness, as the pit is also pressed, and is called extra virgin. The same tree produces green olives (not quite ripe) and black olives (ripe). In this Aegean area, citrus and many vegetables and nut trees are grown. Turkey produces 80% of the pine nuts consumed in the world. Tomorrow is an optional tour to Ephesus, and wonder of wonders, we don't have to move hotels for another ...
... so intricate and imposing, rising high above all the broken columns and door ways that framed the street, it gave an idea of the scale and grandeur once common to this place. I think this ruin complex was in many ways just as arresting as the Acropolis, perhaps more so. The detail in these building was easily unmatched in all the old broken marble I’ve seen so far and given I’m in Europe that’s truck load.
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking