Ephesus Princess

Address: Rumeli Cad No 16/6, Kusadasi, Turkish Aegean Coast, 80220, Turkey | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort, located in the Downtown area of Kusadasi, is near Efeze., Pammukkale (Cotton Castle), Milli Park, and Long Beach.
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    A travel blog entry by thejoiners on Jun 03, 2015

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    This morning we arrived in the port of Kusadasi around 9am, the weather was fine and they were expecting around mid 20's. We met up with 6 other Aussies as we were leaving the port and we all did a deal with 2 taxi drivers to take us to explore the magnificent ruins of Ephesus. We were each charged 20 euro for the return trip and an additional 30 Turkish lira for entry. The ancient city of Ephesus was once the site of many great civilisations, home to the Temple of Artemis. One of ...


    A travel blog entry by mek1 on Oct 14, 2014

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    Today we have a small group tour to the Church of St. John which was built in the 6th century to replace the small basilica at the site of St. John's tomb. This was a large church with a baptistry and a large atrium. There was a large fort built on the hill overlooking ...

    Merhaba Kusadasi

    A travel blog entry by aurisch on Jul 18, 2014

    39 photos

    ... minutes into the Bazzar and gab has been suckered into buying some genuine fake Beats headphones and speakers. A few minutes later we lost Gab so the kids and I strolled for a ittle while in the sun, shop after shop selling the exact same stuff, made me want to run a market between them, but there is aleady negligible markup in any of this.
    Yesterday in Athens we saw a methhead mum with two little boys, she had them running in and out of the ...

    Ancient ruins, modern times

    A travel blog entry by brynandnate on Sep 27, 2013

    2 comments, 54 photos

    ... and imagine what it must have been in its hay-day. We loved the idea that things were covered in frescos, plaster and looked finished with color!

    4. On to Pemukkale! This is our hotel town for the night, to set us up for touring the salt springs and Hierapolis tomorrow. We can walk down the water-filled salt terraces and tour more ancient ruins- more on that after we've done it :)
    Getting here tonight involved more than we thought- a THREE hour train ...


    A travel blog entry by madcats359 on Sep 20, 2013

    19 photos

    ... BC), one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. In 268 AD, the Temple was destroyed or damaged in a raid by the Goths (no not the black hair and nail ones). It may have been rebuilt or repaired but this is uncertain, as its later history is not clear. The town was partially destroyed by an earthquake in 614 AD and the city's importance as a commercial center declined as the harbour was slowly silted up (today it's hard to ...