Atlantique Holiday Club
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The ship docked at the port of Kusadasi in Turkey, where we boarded the buses for our full day shore excursion to the Basilica of St John, the House of the Virgin Mary and the ancient city of Ephesus. Our guide, Ozan, explained the major historical facts and the geographical significance that would put us in the right frame of mind for the day's excursion.
In the early morning, the Basilica of St John was a tranquil and beautiful site, ...
... next few hours we sailed through calm waters until just before 1pm when we could see Istanbul in the distance and as the city came nearer we could see just how large it is. We took on a pilot to help navigate the straits and as we approached the entrance to the Bosphorus we had wonderful views of the Blue Mosque and the Topkapi Palace. The water was teeming with small ferries linking both sides of the city and we had ...
... some info as he was driving 110km in a 70 km zone. Lots of people again, as we walk through this originally Greek city founded around 1000BC. It then became the capital of Asia Minor during the Roman Empire and finally a center of Christianity where it is said the apostles John and Paul lived and preached. Emma got to see Roman life up close and personal. There are two theaters, one for business gatherings and another for performance, amazing acoustics in ...
... was good, though not flash. Two biggish rooms, a comfortable bed, a living room, wifi, and a Turkish breakfast. There were only a few travellers here, mainly residents, but for us it was fine to put our head down at night.
Kusadasi is a busy port city because it is here that the cruise ships berth so that their passengers can visit Ephesus. As we did the next ...
When the apostle Paul visited Ephesus in the first century A.D. it was a thriving port city, into whose busy harbor ships brought people and commerce from all over the known world. Although its harbor is long gone, one can still walk along its marble-paved streets and sense the magnificence that this major city once displayed. My first picture looks down Curetes ...