Richmond Ephesus Resort
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- TV Channel One Russia
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... towards Greece and we wish we had more time with them. Chuck, in his working life, was an Engineer (who incidentally worked for three years on the Apollo Space Mission) and Barb was a computer genius. They now spend their time together travelling and enjoying life.
The beautiful and newly-wed Mustafa and Tuba on their Honda Varadero. They spoke little English and we spoke no Turkish but a wonderful evening was had and a friendship born.
... unlike at home, there was no rain. The next day we packed up and headed down to Pierine to see the last of the three sites in a row in this area. This one backed on a mountain which gives it a very different feel than any of the previous ancient cities. We had lunch in a Turkish chain restaurant which felt like our nicer chains at home but with very Turkish fare. The last site for the day ...
... historical significance. It is amazing how the ruins of the Acropolis still stand to this very day, considering that the Acropolis was completed in the 5th century BC.
Most of the buildings and monuments in Pergamum date to the time of Eumenes II (197-159 BC), including the famed library, the terrace of the spectacularly sited hillside theater, the main palace, the Altar of Zeus, and the propylaeum of the Temple of Athena. In the early Christian era, ...
... his son supposedly made. He also wrote our names in Arabic and presented them to us with great reverence. From there we drove to “Bizim Ev”, a restaurant again recommended by Maggie, which was home cooking in a garden setting. Tour buses stop here, but fortunately we had the place to ourselves. The food just keeps getting better and better! I’m subjecting my digestive juices to all kinds of new taste sensations, so I hope they can keep ...
... these ancient cities art & beauty was created instead.
We also stopped by the house where "the Virgin Mary" lived for the last years of her life (built for her by John the Baptist, who called Mary his mother) & the area where John the Baptist lived & died. The area is considered to be the cradle of Christianity by the Roman Catholic Church & is usually the first place a new pope will ...