- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the buffet.
We arrived in Kusadasi in time for a really generous buffet dinner with loads of baklava options for dessert. Turns out this Hotel is owned by an incredibly famous Turkish singer who, for some reason was shot in the head. he now lives at the hotel and there is an area in the garden where he sits every day and watches the flat screen TV that is mounted to a tree in the ...
Well today has been a bit of a disappointment for me as I had an attack of diverticulitis come on last night so I had a visit to the doctor, some anti-biotics and spent it in bed. I did manage to get up and have a bit of a shop in the local bazaars and enjoyed myself immensely. There seems to be much more determined shopkeepers ...
... how they make the rugs - both ones made from cotton or silk or combination of. The silk rugs have many more knots per inch because of the fineness of the fabric and as such take a lot longer to make and are therefore way way more expensive. We are offered a free drink of spiced hot tea or ouzo and then 30 or so rugs of all different sizes and designs are flung at our feet. The pressure to buy a hand crafted rug is then on with free shipping paid by ...
... again had booked a tour.
Getting off the ship was by tender, as there is no wharf at Patmos. Our guide was keen to tell us the story of John on Patmos, he added lots of bits that from the Greek Orthodox church. We saw the cave where John is said to have received the visions that are Revelation.
We saw windmills there too, and walked through the town with it's labyrinth of small streets - apparently to confuse pirates!
I enjoyed Patmos more ...
... been. The foot of the road ended at the library, said to have been one of the top three of ancient times. It had a a large, imposing facade and was double walled to maintain an even temperature. Across from that was a recently uncovered series of terrace houses meant for the very wealthy. They had their an bath and latrine. The 4000 sq. m. area was jigsaw puzzled back together so that marble clad walls no columns, paintings and mosaic floors could be seen. ...