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- Airport Transportation
- Smoking rooms available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Although restoration works have managed to recreate some of its structures, many of its artefacts, including the complete temple of Zeus are now housed in Germany, gifts from the Ottomans as they tried to clear their cities of the rubbish of the Roman Empire. 9pm. Finally arrived in Eceabat on the banks of the Dardanelles, ready for another big day ...
... markers! So, I make my own trail.....I can see where I w ant to go, the highest point on the peninsula, so hike up and up. I think I see and find the trail many times but turns out there are a million tracks made by the roaming goats, so they often end and I'm bush bashing again! After 1.5 hours of being "lost" that is, not on an official trail, I get to the top and find a "6" marker! I'm on the trail again! Until I walk down 50m and the markers disappear! ...
Well we seem to be so busy as we have a car this week,and trying to visit interesting places We had a dinner in the mountains my heart sank when I saw the steps which seemed to be endless but I made it with Peters help. Next morning off to Pythagorie which has a very well kept and well displayed museum and ruins outside. Learnt a great deal there .4000 years of civilisation . Off to port where there is a NZ ...
Lovely 30 min walk to waterfalls - which were through very cold water so I didn't go - but over very rocky path and places to walk over the water made of branches nailed to timber a bit scary. But I enjoyed it . It reminded me of the walk up ...
... both dazzled by the magnificent city of Ephesus that must have been quite awesome in its heyday 2500 years ago when its population was reportedly over 100 000. We walked down the wide streets paved with huge marble slabs still etched with grooves to reduce slippage and lined with Corinthian columns and every so often there were 8 metre high statues of important figures who had contributed handsomely to the community. In its day this mall would have glittered with gold and been ...