Susuzlu Atlantis Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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1/16/14 So while we are here in Europe we have to do research on specific topics for Greece and for Turkey. Our professor split us up into small groups and gave us each a topic to research that is related to music. Then we have to blog about what we learned from each group. The first group went today and their topic is based on Islamic music. So here is a brief ...
... civilization where ruins now reside such as the theatre, the Library of Celcius, and the large columns that are still standing throughout. Near the end of our tour of Ephesus was the stop at the open-air amphitheater. We got on down to the bottom and began setting up for an impromptu concert in one of the most historic amphitheater in the area. We sang through almost our entire lineup of songs for the people passing by and those who sat down for a while. It was ...
... tour finished, I still had a couple of hours to kill before my bus, so I organized for one of the locals to take me around and see the rest of the sights.
So in the next 90 minutes, I saw the famous open air museum, the three beauties, Devrent Valley (inclusions a rock formation that looked like a camel), Zelva open air museum, Pasabagi, Love Valley Chavusi and finished off by driving through the Rose Valley.
It's safe to say that by the end of it I was exhausted and ...
... was to stay around the pools and take a shuttle back to the bus, or to walk with him in a guided experience through the site. Seven of us hearty (fool hardy is more like it) souls decided to walk - did I mention it was really HOT??
Because we were such a small group, Ender took us on a path that he doesn't usually follow with larger groups. I felt like we were bushwhacking a ...
... to do. Piraeus is not exactly a port city that you want to hang out in for 7 hours. Spetses is an island very close to the coast and a few hours drive from Athens. We used to do the drive with my aunt when I was a child and the boats were much slower than the current high speed hydrofoils. We consulted with a few cab drivers and negotiated a price that was not much more than our ferry tickets would have been. Dan wisely ...