Richmond Ephesus Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... a chef and both he and we were disappointed that he chose the day we were leaving to make dinner at the hotel for guests. poop. also more general good eating including the little dish of pickled things that you get with many meals (some of which are easy and some of which will make you weep on the ground, or, in kevin's case, have a head-sweat enough to fill a pool at pamuukkale. good times. onward. muah all and remember there are more pictures at the bottom of this blog ...
... AD in memory of Tiberius Julius Celsus Polemaeanus, an Ancient Greek who served as governor of Roman Asia (105–107) in the Roman Empire. Celsus paid for the construction of the library with his own personal wealth and ...
... AD, are about as historic as you can get.
After about two and a half hours and at least 50 cats (seriously, the cats were everywhere--cats seem to love Turkish ruins, though we spied park rangers pouring massive quantities of kibbles out for them, which I'm sure helps), we walked back to Selcuk. We returned to the Artemis Hotel to pick up our bags, then walked back to the bus station to catch a bus to our next destination. Of course, ...
... and really well reconstructed. We took lots of photos. When you go inside, it is just a really tiny room, so I am not sure if there was more and it is now just blocked off, or if it was actually more about the entrance because scrolls could roll up tiny and they didn't need much space? Beside the library, was a huge gate and then the one agora. Across the street was the brothel, aka- House of Love. Actually, they don't think it was a brothel anymore, but ...
The third day of our cruise, we stopped in Izmir, Turkey. We did an excursion that involved going to Ephesus and the Virgin Mary's house. Ephesus is a beautiful site of ruins, and it is one of the Seven Ancient Wonders of the World. Everything was made of marble and granite. In Ephesus was the Odeon theatre, with all seats and stairs made of stone, built to hold 25,000 people. The building most intact ...