Ephesia Holiday Beach Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... for a beer, the pubs weren't selling alcohol today as it was Election Day, the boys sniffed one out they were serving beer in Kentucky chicken paper cups, that cured their grumbles and whinging about being ripped off with their Turkish Shaves. We also watched women making hand made carpets, what a tedious job, some of the larger carpets take 3 years to make. The Mediterranean classical city of Ephesus is the port's major attraction, we opted not to visit, ...
Hooray today I am in a waterfront cafe and hopefully uploading the last few days. Hope they make sense, one gets to think "what country today".
We decided we didn't need a 2 hour drive to see the 10000 year old ruins and have instead had a browse in the beautiful markets. Great if I want ...
... owners were a young couple with a two year old daughter. The girls spent hours playing with Magnolia! It was a nice change for them.
We spent one full day exploring the ruins of Ephesus and the surrounding countryside. We started by visiting a small first century chapel that some believe was the final home of Mary, mother of Jesus. It was a very quaint little chapel up in the hills near ...
... heading north when he made it out of Dardenelle Strait and in to Aegean Sea. Wrong way of course - but he was heading for Anzac Cove! It was his last trip on the route after 10 years - never seen it from sea himself, he was a Scotsman - so a rare treat for us Aussies, Kiwis on board. It took about an hour north to reach the Cove.Most of the Americans had never heard of Anzac Cove - so were a tad perplexed. The tour director read the Ataturk poem while we ...
... because he started bossing us around by telling us we only had one hour to get through the ruins in Ephesus. That amount of time wasn’t going to work for me, so I replied with a “One hour fifteen minutes. Meet you at lower end. Tesekkur ederim.” Jason was rolling his eyes at me, and I know why. No matter what country I visit, I start to speak in fragments when trying to communicate with the locals. I sound like a ...