Pine Bay Holiday Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of the cruise for her ... the Terrace Houses at Ephesus.
And they were magnificent. Since we were last here 5 years ago, seven houses have been uncovered so far, and the geophysicists know there are another twelve still tucked into the hillside waiting to be excavated.
These houses were the homes of the wealthy, the smallest being 650 sq metres and the largest around 1,000. They had intricately patterned mosaic floors and finely decorated walls, using icons ...
... which was delicious. Essentially, they boil coffee grounds in water, add the desired amount of sugar if you want it sweetened, and pour it all into an espresso-sized cup. The waiter explained that you shouldn’t add the sweetener after it’s been served since you’ll stir up the grounds. It’s served with a small glass of water. Our waiter explained the water is to rinse the mouth if you ingest too many coffee grounds. ...
... tour leader in front of some significant sites). Time and place people.....time and place. We checked out a Turkish Carpet school/co-op/shop and was able to see the amazing silk and wool weaving process from start to finish. A one metre square 100% silk rug will take 1 lady approx 12-18 months to weave. Oh - and it will cost you about AUD$2,500. When one of the women travelling on the tour told me she bought a pure silk hall runner.......I could only imagine how much ...
... Holland/Nederlands. Lots of nervous looking faces above orange shirts are to be seen… if only they knew then what we know now!
We had spent the day touring perhaps the jewel in the archaeological crown of Turkey - the City of Ephesus. In its day it was home to anywhere between 50,000 and 200,000 people. The city has been heavily restored in places and is still being excavated - only around 15% has been examined so far… the city ...
... the locals were very nice and helpful. The group went to a wine shop and tasted 5 different wines. All of them were sweet fruit wines; pomegranate, peach, and black mulberry. Oscar told us that people left Ephesus for Sirince when the city became poor. Also many people retreated for Sirince when the alleged end of the world was coming in 2012. Attention!! Pictures and other multimedia will be posted at a later date due to the slow wifi. Sorry but I think you will enjoy some of the ...