Ephesia Holiday Beach Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... women were far more sedate - just wriggled about a bit as though they didn't want to break out in a sweat!! After lunch we visited a Turkish carpet shop where we were shown the craft of making a carpet - I didn't realise how much work goes into making a carpet when made by hand - no wonder they are so expensive!! We were also shown many different designs in different colours - some were really beautiful. When we left the carpet shop we were free to shop in the Market/Bazzar area ...
... sunny and warm, with one of the road side sellers working very hard trying to sell water, hats, umbrellas etc, informing us that 2 unfortunate visitors had apparently died from the heat/sun yesterday... !!! Ephesus can only be described as impressive. Like Pompeii I hadn't been prepared for the sheer size of the excavation, but unlike Pompeii it wasn't destroyed in a singular catastrophe. Ephesus had been the capital of Asia Minor and was a thriving seaport. Over a period of time ...
Insight tours tries to pick "the best hotel in the area" and that has become somewhat of an inside joke as the 5 star hotel we stayed at last night was a good quality 2.5 star hotel by most rating systems. Apparently in Turkey, things are a little more lax when it comes to ratings. That said, the beds were clean and the food was decent so we are not complaining. It was a good laugh for all of us. I must add that all of ...
Last evening we went to our first ever "Production Show" on board this cruise, and after the rather disappointing event, the cruise director announced that we may get some "drizzle" while in Kusadasi today. Well, I'm here to say, that was no drizzle!! I'd call that a small typhoon! The winds were so fierce that we broke free from the dock and drifted out into the bay. After a few panicked announcements, ...
From Rhodes I crossed by catamaran ınto Turkey- specifically Mamaris, a town marked down on maps begrudgingly solely for its hard-drinkıng bar scene - and as such not the best fit for my "one-glass-of-wıne-and-I-canīt-f 305;nd-my-hostel," level of party potential. The fırst person I met ın Turkey was a taxı driver who very nearly ran me over ın the port car-park, and I ımmedıetly decided this was the ...