Rosy Pension Hotel
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Bahar is an ITS tour guide. She’s bright, her English is perfect and she has a wonderful personality and disposition. We lucked out again when it comes to bucket list tour guides (whew)! The ride to Ephesus is about 20 minutes or so. The entire way she educated us about Turkish culture, customs and the history of the nation. Closer to the ancient site, she gave us history of the city (did you know ...
... the slaves. "Oh yes," he said. "The Jews are very creative."
I don't think he was convinced of Lincoln's religion.
On the ship, we were warned to be extremely careful about pickpockets in Kusadasi. We were told not to wear expensive jewelry, and not to display large amounts of money when opening our wallets. We were advised to keep a watchful eye on cameras and other valuables.
We noticed a number of uniformed ...
... be pieced together
area has a lot of stray cats
are quite friendly and encouraged to hang around to keep the snake
numbers under control.
Rhodes has a lot of deer and they also keep the snake numbers under
control. Fortunately we didn't see any snakes so I guess it is a
successful program. Kusadasi
itself is a very attractive place with loads of the usual tourist
shops and a zillion restaurants around the lovely ...
... of the city and its people. He showed us the statues of Nike - Roman goddess of Victory, and the gates of Hercules, the theaters, of which there are two and the real showstopper - the Library of Celsus. This was the third biggest in the ancient world after Alexandria and Pergamon. The scrolls kept here contained works of Greek Drama and as a centre for early Christianity, who knows what Theological treasures were squirreled away in the dark and ...
... marvelous!!! When we finished our lunch Oscar took Is to cute little village to explore for a while. The village was called Sirince which means pleasant. This village was small and homie! This village was originally run by the Greeks and then the Turkish took over it and claimed it has their land!!! We then left the village and returned back to our personal village known as our hotel. Who said it isn't possible to conquer Ephesus in a day! ...