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Today we landed in Selcuk, from here we will make our was to Ephesus. We had a couple of free hours so I went to the Basilica is Saint John and the Ayasuluk Fortress. The ruins of Basilica of a Saint John a once great basilica of Emperor Justinian (527 -65). The name comes from the connection to St John who apparently visited Ephesus twice. The first time in AD 37 and AD 48 was with the Virgin Mary. The second in AD 95 where we wrote his gospel, on ...
... my bathers. The pools are fed by naturally heated water. They had another pool with pumps that you could power and supposedly wash your face with the water and the minerals in the water would make you look young. They had hot spring wading pools as well which I went and they were toasty but you couldn't swim in them because chalk had been created so they were toxic. After Hieropolis our bus dropped us off at Pamukkalè. And we had a really long drive to our next stop ...
... dinner next door for next to nothing before retiring for the day. The following morning we caught a taxi to take us to Ephesus, a city established in the 3d century BC which grew up around the Temple of Artemis. Taking a stroll through Ephesus is like taking a stroll through history. The remnants of the old city proves that it was an important Mediterranean trading centre. Streets paved in marble, mosaic covered sidewalks and ...
... public baths, the amphitheatre and auditorium were, where the houses and churches were....you can see the whole city.
Many ruins that exist today are just that....often just the foundations and though I possess the imagination of a young child, even I cannot picture a city from a pile of rubble. This, however, was different. The ampitheatre is intact, the whole facade of the library intact; there are columns either side ...
Greetings from Pamukkale, after a long, beautiful day touring Ephesus! As asked for, the summary, with more below for those willing to read on...
1. First Turkish breakfast
2. Trip to Ephesus
3. While in Ephesus
4. Pamukkale- beyond the burbs!
1. I ate fresh baked bread and olives for breakfast! Really! It was delicious, and very dairy-free... Nate had the same... and cereal with milk.. and some sweet orange-ish drink that may have been ...