Pine Bay Holiday Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... an old, grey stoned structure. I soon realised, to my amazement, that it was the remains of a fortress. The sun, now blissfully beating down, with nothing but the sounds of waves crashing against the rocks beneath. I felt as though I had stumbled upon a secret, hidden jewel; free from worry, doubt, and an extreme contrast to its connecting city, Kusadasi. This place, I shall never forget. The day I discovered peace within lifes craziness- my breathtaking travel moment. ...
... apparently lived here for the largest part of his life and was the only disciple not killed, but rather is believed to have lived to 90 or so years. Mary, the mother of Jesus, was also thought to have moved to live in Ephesus after the death of Jesus, as he had instructed John to care for her. Claire visited the house named as Mary's home.
Buildings and items of note that are very visible and that we visited were such things as the ...
... 25,000 in price). After that we started our excursion which took us to the virgin mary's house. It was packed from all the tours, and it is also a religious holiday today which added to the crowd. It was a very little stone house with nothing really inside it. There are taps with "holy water" you could take home with you as well as a wishing/ prayer wall outside the house. People write their wish or prayer on paper ...
... US 68 pp including entrance fees to all venues. None of us wanted lunch included.
Awake at about 7am, showered and dressed by 8.30am and then to the dining room where we had breakfast with Janis and John. We chatted away for ages and then parted ways as we went back to our room to get our things for the day then back down to the International Café for a coffee and to wait for the others … not enough time to do anything else ...
... could just imagine how lovely and quiet it would have been living here after Mary's son Jesus had died.
The home of Mary was small and had three rooms, apparently some have been demolished over time. The inside is actually set up like a church. The outside is grey brown large blocks and high windows. It has arches at the entrance and the inside doorways. Near her home was a cool spring coming from the mountains and it tasted sweet and ...