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... region around Ephesus and was buried in the southern slope of Ayosolug Hill. Three hundred years after the death of St. John, a small chapel was constructed over the grave in the 4th century. The church of St John was then changed into a massive basilica during the region of Emperor Justinian. According to what we read today Mother Mary was also taken to the area by John!!
We spent ages climbing over the ruins and then up even further to the old castle ruins ...
... have found this with Turkish men. Once Peter has a few wise comments they can run with it and really enjoy it.
Peter enjoyed a couple of swims in the very nice pool.
We walked the market the first evening and went to a concert for the festival of St. John, being held last weekend. Evidently this is an annual affair and this year a group of what appeared to be well known musicians from Korea had performed a ...
... the ancient world. There wasn’t much left to see, but we did find a man-made pond with hundreds of little turtles in it! Left just as the tour buses rolled in, so our timing was perfect again.
We had the rest of the afternoon free, so drove 21 km to Kusadasi which turned out to be like I envision the French Riviera to be. There were lots of resorts, beautiful beaches, restaurants and shopping. We had the BEST calamari at a seaside restaurant, ...
... br> At 6 pm the captain backed us out of the port and its only a short ride to Santorini, where we'll have the day to explore tomorrow.
(Ps: just in case you are wondering, we have been using the ship's wifi to jump on the blog and post it, which also automatically downloads all of your comments to our email. We are enjoying reading them all and are sorry we can't respond at this time, but we'll catch up when we ...
... ancient city could be estimated by multiplying the number of seats at the theatre by ten. Thankfully, not everyone was into these bloody shows!
Houses of the wealthy were restored as well. They looked like rowhouses with six or seven rooms for each household. The furniture was limited to occasional benches and size of each room was comparable to our hotel in Hong Kong. The floor was covered with mosaics depicting Gods and Heros. One of ...