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... able to shelter from the increasingly warm sun. There were 4 other Cruise Ships in port today - Ephesus was crazy busy by the time we left the ruins site. Next stop was to see the basilica of St John the Disciple. This stop was only long enough for us to take some quick photos before arriving at the site believed to be where the Virgin Mary lived until her death. There was quite a line up of people waiting to enter this tiny building, but it was shaded by many trees so it wasn't ...
We docked at Kusadasi, then went on a tour to Ephesus, the bus took us to the top of the ruins, and we had a tour down the hill of different ruins, really enjoyed this tour. we then did some shopping around Kusadasi, where we tried our skills at bartering. Think we probably paid over the odds for things we bought. Lovely ...
... and very enjoyable. Next up was the "carpet presentation" also included in every tour. We hadn't been looking forward to it as we knew it would be a hard sell opportunity. However, we were very pleasantly surprised (again!) to find that - although clearly choreographed and still very much a sales pitch - the presentation was educational and interesting as well. We were served our choice of beverage (we went with Turkish coffee) in a modern, ...
Had an early start this morning as we arrived in Turkey. Toured the village of Kusadasi. Visited the ruins in Emphesus which was very interesting. Had time to explore and take many photos. The theatre was particularly good. Next visit was at a school where they make rugs. Mum had a quick lesson and can now master rug ...
... cold room (frigidarium), undressing room (apodyterium), lukewarm room (tepidarium), hot room (calidarium) and sweating room (sudatorium). The baths were heated using hot air which was circulated below the marble floor. Unfortunately the museum that holds all of the excavated treasures of Ephesus is closed for reconstruction so we missed out on seeing it. Very disappointing. After returning home from Ephesus we realised ...