Travel Blogs from Kusadasi
... reading this Tracy, we hope that there's been some developments in getting the case back.
Eventually the storm cleared and we went through the passport controls. It was now sunny and the 1.5 hour crossing was going to be fine. The only problem for us though was that we were 8 hours behind schedule and we really needed to get on the bus to Pamukkale if we were going to get there before midnight. More faffing about and the ferry is held up as we have to wait for a ...
After that we proceeded down the hill to the Library of Celsus, one of the masterpieces of Greco Roman Art. Not a surprise to any of you, we took LOTS of pictures. I’ll only include a few! Haha!
Finally a sleep in before we arrive at Kusadasi (pronounced Kushadasi) around noon.
What a lovely port to come into and the weather today is just perfect. Kusadasi is the entrance to being able to go to Ephesus the ancient Roman city which is one the most preserved in the world. Kusadasi has turned from a sleeping fishing village to a main draw card for tourists. To put this into perspective the population is around 55,000 and swells to around 10 times ...
... it’s just too hot.
We think you will particularly like the photo of the toilet
room, and of the fossilized ginger cat.
(You may want to double click on the photos to make them
... We used about 10 trams over the three days and only got to sit down once! All the tourist sites are also busy and the only way to avoid the worst of the queues and crowds is to get to the front of the line before opening time. With six main sites to see and only three days to do it, we picked the most crowded sites for early in the morning and left wandering the streets and the less crowded sites to the afternoons.
We visited the Topkapi Palace ...