Tropicana Garden Hotel
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... years, the fortunes of the city rose and fell. At one point, it was the most powerful city in the region and was made the capital of the roman province of Asia. The ruins are beautiful and have been restored in certain places - for example, some of the columns have been replaced and certain pediments and plinths have been
reconstructed. Again, we spent the afternoon being taken round the site by a trained guide and he was ...
... it all!!
That ended our Ephesus stay -- yes, it was worth the travel. We really enjoyed our visit!!
... at the roadside cafes. The sales people reminded us of some of the ones we've encountered in some of the Caribbean islands - a bit pushy, not taking "no" for an answer - with one vendor asking us if we wanted to take a "short cut to the ship" through his store. We didn't end up doing any shopping in Turkey, not even a box of Turkish delight (Boo). Oh well, Joe bought me a leather handbag in Florence, so I think I'm ...
We could have had a sleep in this morning but we woke up early (or rather Scott did and then decided I should be awake too) as we were excited about arriving into Kusadai later that morning. I guess it was that we were more excited about going to Ephesus as we had heard so much about it from others. Well this destination turned out to be an unexpected surprise as it was a lovely centrally located port and the weather today was just perfect once again. The small city of Kusadasi is ...
After a while we wandered back to the ship and ate our lunch with a view. :) We relaxed for some time on the promenade with our lemonade. Bryan played iPad games while I finished up the book Equal Rites. Then I spotted some dolphins jumping in the wake and went squealing and pointing down the promenade trying to get a good picture. Not so much, but seeing them was lots of fun.
Then it was time for dinner. Bryan zipped on his pant ...
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