Zeus Pension

Address: Sirince Village , Sirince, Turkey | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Sirince Village , Sirince, is near Virgin Mary's House.
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      A travel blog entry by melcraig on Oct 06, 2013

      ... tree hut accommadation the I heard about, looks fun! Made it, pay 4lair for parking get out and find its in the next town over... Oh well let's get some lunch.. Nesseled under some tree we have some golamie, okay gross.. Chips where the nicest piece of the meal.. Onward we go back to the main road.. 2 mins later we see the flamed road. But traveling with brad means I have expired my chance as we need to get to the next place! A few hours later we arrive in ...

      No comfort of bus and group

      A travel blog entry by melcraig on Oct 04, 2013

      ... ticket, but brad has sore neck and back and thinks driving could be fun. I think it's the man in him he just wants to try out the other side of the road! Here we go.. No ton ton, no petrol, just one map with not a lot of detail. We make it to oludeniz, in fact the journey went rather smooth. The freedom of having a car was priceless, we could stop pee, stretch even kiss if we wanted.. Oludeniz beautiful place, we get here late afternoon ...

      An Expedition In Ephesus

      A travel blog entry by josiah.chin on Jul 13, 2013

      18 photos

      ... nice.

      Walking further along Curetes Street, we passed by the Temple of Hadrian, Trajan's Fountain, and Hercules Gate. The Temple of Hadrian had some very nice examples of the frescoe engravings that seem to have been quite popular in days of old. Trajan's Fountain was all washed, I mean dried, up. Hercules Gate was interesting because it was only about three feet wide -- compared to the rest of the street that was at least three ...

      Nothing Minor about Asia (Kusadasi & Ephesus)

      A travel blog entry by jannaiman on Oct 03, 2012

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... the new fortress city in 500 AD so much reconstruction has taken place over the past 50 years and not just mere excavation. Ephesus had running water from mountain aqueducts serving marble cisterns to in-house plumbing with clay tiles (unlike Rome's lead pipes) and a subterranean sewer system. Most of you have seen the library of Ephesus which held over 25,000 ...

      Three very different archeological sites

      A travel blog entry by 4npsych on May 26, 2012

      10 photos

      We drove from Bodrum to a small mountain town near Ephesus. On the way, we stopped at three sites. The first was Heraclitus, a town on the banks of lake Bafa, which was created when an earthquake sealed off a harbor from the Aegean in AD 15. This site is largely unexcavated, and a rather poor town has been built over it. What is visible are the remains of a fortification and a Byzantine era monastery. ...