Selay Hotel

Kadinlar Denizi Mevki Yuksel Yalova Cad. Ozceren Sitesi No 1, Kusadasi, Turkish Aegean Coast, 09600, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kadinlar Denizi Mevki Yuksel Yalova Cad. Ozceren Sitesi No 1, Kusadasi, is near Efeze., Pammukkale (Cotton Castle), Milli Park, and Long Beach.
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Travel Blogs from Kusadasi

Kusadasi

A travel blog entry by jak5 on May 21, 2014

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... few hours to kill in Kusadasi and thought to go back to boat and get swim gear for a dip in the Aegean Sea but decided to check out the shops and try some local favorites. Jody did get her feet wet though.
Attached are pictures taken around the port town of Kusadasi. Ephesus was a short 15 minute ride from Kusadasi.

We were one of the last getting back on the boat where many were already enjoying the sun deck.


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Cushy Dashing

A travel blog entry by paulej4 on Nov 03, 2013

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... preserved structure here (but there are many to choose from). It dates to the second century A.D. Four statues of women in the niches symbolize Wisdom, Fate, Virtue and Knowledge. Perfect symbolism but they are reproductions as the almost two thousand year old originals were carted off to the Vienna Museum and have not been returned.

Built by slaves, Ephasus sports communal marble toilets and lots of brothels ...

Cruise - Ephesus

A travel blog entry by royelinda on Sep 10, 2013

21 photos

... housed over 3500000 people in its heyday. The original site was believed to have been originally founded by a tribe of female warriors called Amazons, the second coming was by Androclos a Greek who had a vision to start a settlement. it is also known that the Lelegians and the Carians had lived there earlier. along with the Persians. This was followed by the Romans then the Greeks. Ephesus remains a sacred its for Christians due to the association with several ...

Day 54 - Greece, Rhodes

A travel blog entry by sooboo15 on May 01, 2013

... VERY slow tonight :(( Had dinner (Langoustine Bisque, Entrecôte steak and mash, pumpkin pie) and felt so disgustingly full after that I had to come back to cabin and change into leggings.... Ewwww.... Went and checked out our photos and bought two then went back on deck with our glass of wine and bumped into Roger and Bob so had a cup of tea. Ship swaying lots so came to bed. Last day of cruise ...

Where No Scooter Has Gone Before

A travel blog entry by leoours on Nov 23, 2012

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... and a demonstration of how the scooter collapses for transport, we headed toward Ephesus. During the short 30 minute ride to ruins our guide wanted to know more about the scooter and we about him. Born nearby he had spent most of his life guiding biblical tours thought the ancient world and especially Ephesus. He proved to be very knowledgable and helpful in our quest to go through the ruins using my scooter. It knew it would be a daunting task, but tackling the ...