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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... hour bus trip away from Fethiye. Kudadasi is a coastal town which is relatively close to Ephesus and Pamukkale, both of which were on my ‘must visit in Turkey’ list. So onto the bus I went… The bus companies here are fantastic! Once the bus gets going, someone will come around and offer you water, then a little bit later they’ll come around again and offer tea, coffee, soft drinks, juice, and snacks. This particular bus trip, they handed out ice ...
... I could never grow old of it. Each venture through the market- filled, winding lanes usually took me somewhere new and unexpected. This town was rapidly becoming a city, with crowds at every turn. I was yet to experience the tranquility I so desired here. I found this place endearing yet with no sounds of silence, I became restless.
A searingly hot August afternoon, I began to saunter along the harbour, on the edge of the city's madness. Today, ...
... battle where the "enemy" was the allied forces, including our country. There's an entire section dedicated to the battle of Gallipoli, and wishing peace on Anzac soldiers who died there alongside of their own. Very emotional. Ataturk was the founder of modern Turkey; he was first President of Turkey back in 1920. He also gave women a lot of freedom, built many schools and made primary education free. Over 95% of Turkish people still consider him a hero, and he ...
We started our morning in Selcuk by having a walk around the town before moving onto Ephesus. Ephesus was an ancient Greek, and later Roman, city. Ephesus contains the largest collection of Roman ruins in the eastern Mediterranean.
The most impressive ruin for me was the Library of Celsus. This was built in 125 AD and has been reconstructed with its original pieces ...
... dishes, stuffed capsicum, rice, choc pudding, yoghurt soup, moussaka and the list goes on.
after filling our tummies we move off to the city of Ephesus. From the road you can see a couple of ancient ruins, but on entering the marbled pathway you find that the city just goes on and on and on. We pass a street that shows arches evenly spaced as you walk and discover that these were once shops. Another place shows lots of holes in marble ...