Grand Kurtoglu

Address: Yatlimani Karsisi Turkmen Mah. Kusadasi, Aydin, Aydin, 9400, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Yatlimani Karsisi Turkmen Mah. Kusadasi, Aydin.
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Ephesus and a Democrat from Washington State

A travel blog entry by guyandhilli on Sep 18, 2014

1 comment, 29 photos

... hmmm. Guy manages to persuade the guide to let Hilli walk off with a selection of yarns used for weaving. Not bad, eh... uber-woolly-pully-joy! The impact of visiting Ephesus is not easily put into words. Even pictures can barely do the place justice. The sheer size and state of preservation of the amphitheatre where Paul preached (and where a bloodthirsty mob was subsequently stirred up against him by the precious-metal smiths)... the incredible intricacy ...

Cruising down the river

A travel blog entry by jkovacs on Aug 14, 2014

16 photos

... Along the way, we passed through a town famous for its meatballs. There are over 20 roadside restaurants that sell meatballs. Of course, we had to stop to partake! It was well worth it!

We then made it to the town we're staying in - Sirince. Sirince is a small village, very picturesque, built into a hill. It's well known for its wine, olive oil, handicrafts and farming - especially local peaches and figs. It also became well ...

PERFORMANCE - The Great Theater, Ancient Ephesus

A travel blog entry by ryder.chris on Jan 16, 2014

8 photos

... beyond repair, but much of the original structure survives. In Roman times, the amphitheatre was used not only for concerts and plays, but also for religious, political discussions, and sporting events such as gladiator and animal fights.

Our performance lasted approximately 45 minutes. Several tourists and tourist groups came to all or part of it, and for other parts, it ...

What I learned from eavesdropping on ephesus tours

A travel blog entry by msgee on Oct 31, 2013

... appreciate its grandeur. Then a tour guide started singing a Turkish song at the request of her group, so I just hung out there and listened. The acoustics were amazing. Took a while to find the dolmus stand after exiting Ephesus. Turns out you have to go past the stalls and taxi stand and head toward the parking lot exit. Splurged for the 3-KM ride back to Selcuk -- 2.5 TL. Walkable distance, but I hadn't had lunch yet and didn't have the energy for ...

Our holiday is in ruins!

A travel blog entry by lindalequesne on Sep 09, 2013

4 comments, 15 photos

... Prayer Wall where people had left messages/prayers written on everything from ticket stubs to gum wrappers to toilet paper!

Then we went to see the Basilica of St. John, set atop a hill overlooking Selcuk. We saw The Tomb of St. John – apparently he was entrusted by Jesus to take care of his mother, the Virgin Mary, when he died on the cross so this is a very important historical site. We then walked down to the mosque of Isa Bey, which is ...