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... this bright,
sunny 24d day. As it happened, there was a US aircraft carrier
moored next to our ship which made for interesting pictures. It was
there as part of NATO of which Turkey is a member.
are nearly at the end of this cruise with only Greek Patmos to go,
then Athens where the vast majority of the passengers disembark. It
looks like we haven't been successful in retaining this stateroom and
will have to move two doors down the corridor for the next ...
... Jesus's marriage certificate perhaps? Sadly, after two massive earthquakes in the 5th and 6th centuries, followed by the invading Arabs laying waste to the city, we will never know.
We also saw the Temple of Artemis while here although all that remains now is one single solitary column. You wouldn't know this was one of the 7th wonders of the ancient world… The rest of the temple has been 'recycled'. There is the magnificent ...
Halfway down the hill we stopped to see the communal toilet. I remember being fascinated by this on our first visit. It was so ingeneous and so logical at the same time. Basically, the toilets were built over ...
Today we visited the most famous of Turkey's ancient sites, also considered to be the best preserved ruins in the Mediterranean. 18% of the city has been excavated over 150 years. The city was founded in the 10th century BC and later became the grand capital of the Roman province of Asia. St John and the Virgin Mary settled here and St Paul lived in the city for 3 years ( in the AD 60's). The city came ...
... an old center of worship of a native nature goddess, who was equated with the Greek Artemis, and c.550 B.C. a large temple was built.
The main points of interest here at Ephesus are the Temple of Artemis, Library of Celsus, Basilica of St. John, Prytaneion and Church of Mary.
Kusadasi is a lovely port, and the people are friendly and welcoming. A resort town worth stopping in if you are exploring this part of the world.