Richmond Ephesus Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... breaks, and each city at night had so much soot in the air, it looked like England during the Industrial Revolution. At one stop, we could hardly see the city lights from the bus station, which wasn't too far away. We take our natural gas piping for granted in the states, but nobody has that here. And they only need heat for a month or two anyway. We just happened to be here during "soot season."
We had time to walk around Selcuk and explore ...
... according to officials at the ticket office, only 5-6,000 expected that day but that numbers had gone up to 16,000 on a day at the height of the season!! Just look at all the people.
The amphitheatre is enormous with views right down to the sea 8 kms away if you look very carefully from the top of ...
... some gozleme on the way at a pleasant but very touristy restaurant, before spending a couple of hours waking through the site with the help of an audio guide.
Interesting things we learnt from Ephesus:
1. Togas were only worn by Roman nobility.
2. People went to the toilet next to each other and thought nothing of it.
3. Romans were within their rights to kill their own slaves without any repercussions.
... a few scarves. On the bus again, sleeping again. The last stop of the day was at a carpet-making workshop. Not something any of us were particularly excited about. Jess was half asleep, Laura was tired and I had a pounding headache. But inside, we were shown how the carpets were made. It was gobsmacking! One woman sits at a little stool with everything set up in front of her, and ties individual knots, in different colours, to slowly build the pattern of the carpet. We were ...
... from one of the seven wonders of the world. Whew another really, really, really old piece of history standing in a paddock. After lunch at a massive restaurant they dropped us at the main bazaar, and bizarre it was. It was so hard to even think about shopping. They had heaps of good stuff but they are so aggressive we didn't want to go into any shops as we couldn't get out again. They physically grab you to make you stay and buy, so in the end ...