Kustur Club Holiday Village
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... St John was supposedly buried there after he died. This is right outside of Ephesus where St. John spent his last years. In the time of the Ottoman empire, the church was turned into a bazaar. Just down the hill from this church is the single standing pillr of the Temple of Artemis, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Just next ...
... city which was cool, literally 12 degrees. Perfect on a hangover, altho a little claustrophobic! Some of those tunnels are tiny, And we have some tall people on our trip. The underground city is 8 floors high and housed up to 6,000 people during the wars, but only three levels are open to the public. We saw their kitchens, the roof was blackened with the smoke absorption. There was one 120m ventilation shaft which allowed air in, I would hate to imagine how stuffy ...
With hanging heads we packed up and headed south, first catching the ferry across the Dardanelles to Canakkale (crossing between the continents in 30 min) and then moving down to Troy. Legendary Troy does not have such legendary ruins! The guidebooks say that these are amongst the least impressive in Turkey and would be long forgot if it wasn't for the name and its famous associations. Troy was actually many cities, spanning from Troy ...
... items were considerably more expensive than similar things we saw in the Spice Bazaar … consequently they remained in the shop much to Doug’s delight. If we come back to Ephesus again, I’ll look at other “Bazaars” around the town rather than this one. Just to be clear, there are several "bazaar's" in Kusadaci and this particular one was closest to the port.
One of the things I had hoped to buy was a small leather shoulder bag ...
... be accessed down ladders from bathing platforms built out from the sea walls. To the right of the hotels on a promontory, possibly an island long ago, was a castle which probably had gun im placements to protect the harbour sometime in the past. We did not have much time to examine the castle so not sure what it purpose may have been however it looked impressive especially at night despite the fact that the local council decided to light it ...