Rosy Pension Hotel
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... year old city. The apparent technology and life styles enjoyed by the inhabitants of this city so long ago is astounding. We next stopped at a co-op for a lunch of turkish cuisine, prepared by the residents of a small village. We had a carrot and yogurt salad, a cucumber and yogurt salad, rice, a stuffed small green pepper, a meatball, skewered grilled chicken and a sweet cake dessert. ...
Max managed to pay some attention drawing the comparison between Ephestus Ostia Anticqua near Rome with the merchant huts and mosaics tha tline their floors.
From Ephestus it was a short trip to the Temple of Artemis, one of the seven wonders. Today there is an impressive seagull nest on the top of the sole remaining pillar of the temple.
On the way back to Kusadsi we played a Pantheon quiz that I thoroughly failed at, Max ...
... There are many fields where pieces of unearthed columns and statues just lay in rows and seem to go on forever. Then there are parts of the city that have been reconstructed out of the pieces, like Hadrien's Gate, alters, etc., and there are sections that they've unearthed in tact, like the terrace houses where people lived. There are 2 theaters (coliseums), a big one and little one. Neither were as impressive as the one ...
... at the port I walked past a handbag shop and stopped briefly to feel it. Straight away and out of nowhere appeared a man who took the item off the hook and asked lots of questions – “which colour you like?” etc. I asked the price and he said €50. I said no I wouldn’t pay €20. He said “Ok €20”. I said no and he came down to €15. I said no as I knew it wasn’t what I wanted. His final price as we ...
... be accessed down ladders from bathing platforms built out from the sea walls. To the right of the hotels on a promontory, possibly an island long ago, was a castle which probably had gun im placements to protect the harbour sometime in the past. We did not have much time to examine the castle so not sure what it purpose may have been however it looked impressive especially at night despite the fact that the local council decided to light it ...