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- Tennis Court
- Kids pool
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- Swimming pool
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... sure you would be asleep after reading the first! It was an amazing place and should be put on your bucket list.
From here we visited a ceramic manufacturer to see how they handcraft all types of ceramics. Really nice stuff, Mary picked up a nice salad bowl and was told it was AUD $2000 delivered to your door. It was not in her hand for very long!! Could you imagine using it as a salad bowl and someone dropping it!! needless to say we bought zip.
... one of the cruise ships. They said they were out very far at the time the Dawn service was on (They had to be 18 miles away). But when the dawn service was complete the ship came into Anzac Cove and they had their own service on the ship.
We stopped close to Troy for lunch but no time to go there. As it was we didn't arrive to Kusadasi until 1030pm. This hotel was 5 star compared to the other. ...
... us the time came to leave Patmos .... But this time we boarded a privately chartered vessel for the four and a half hour cruise to Kusadasi, our first experience of Turkey. The boat was SO MUCH more comfortable than the ferry we arrived on and many sat in the lounge below deck, playing cards or snoozing. I sat up top, enjoying the air and sun. The trip got quite rough as we neared Turkey, and the few that stayed up top ...
Our excursion to Ephesus, Turkey was our longest one and at roughly 6.5 hours it was excellent (with a few hiccups). Finding our way to the tour bus went smoothly and once we boarded, Brittany and I were happy to find out that the bus had free wifi, free water bottles, containers to collect holy water and a turkish eye. The wifi alone was refreshing as it was just too expensive on the boat (85 cents per minute!) and so despite being 6 hours ahead of ...
... how we are fortunate to not be visiting Ephesus today as two cruise ships just arrived in Kusadasi port, one with over 4,000 passengers, another with 2,500. He also stated there usually is more than two cruise ships arriving each day in peak season. Finally, we boarded the bus and headed back to Selcuk, arriving after dark. We weren't very hungry, as we had a large buffet for lunch (huge variety of hot and cold mezes-appetizers, main courses, ...