Club Anra Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... hitting on her as a selling technique. Next we have some free time in kudashi town before all on board so we go shopping in the bazaar there. It's not as impressive as the grand bazaar but it's still nice all the girls spend like an hour in the one shop looking at scarves I'm bored out of my mind but not brave enough to go out on my own as the Turkish are very sleazy and make you ...
... been rebuilt 4 times and this is the third one which was the seaport which is now 6 miles from the sea due to the silt. So we wander in with our guide and start to walk done the marble laid streets that once chariots used to come down and Cleopatra strolled when she spent the winter year 188 in Ephesus together with Antonius. There were many buildings that were highlights for us, the library which had a facade of 2 stories but was 3 stories ...
... company (Tutku tours). The guide was in his thirties and personable, though
classed on record as a Muslim he did try to put as much biblical reference into the tour but overall I think his commentary was 'average'. It was a private tour with just the two of us by minibus.
Despite having flexibility, our first stop was the House of the Virgin Mary or her final supposed resting place. ...
Early morning wake up call... And you call this a holiday!!! Arrived in Turkey !!!! Very fertile valley and clean organised country .... No cigarette butts or grafti or rubbish. !' We now in Asia Minor not Europe We took a bus to Ephesus. Built by the Greeks then occupied by the Romans and abandoned in 7 AD. Despite about 150 years of excavation only 10% of this old city has been excavated. The city was built in the times of Alexander the Great, and once ...
... altı (before) + kav (kahve, coffee).
A ten minute bus ride later, and we were walking to the ticket office for Ephesus, home of the first of the seven churches in Revelation. As we walked down the pine tree lined, cobblestone paved path toward the ruins, the large amphitheater was our first stop. The view from the top of the second level was spectacular. On the path outside the theater, a reenactment took place every twenty ...