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In pictures: Amongst the ruins at Ephesus

On the western coast of Turkey, Ephesus has some of the Mediterranean’s best-preserved, grandest ruins. As a major port for trade routes to Asia it grew from a coastal town in the 10th century BC to the second largest city in the world. 211 more words


Europe Adventure - Pt 8: Kusadasi

The port of Kusadasi in Turkey is near to the Ephesus archaeological site should you wish to make that excursion. Once again we decided to forego that option, partly due to our energy levels and partly because, even with the option for taxis there, we only had a partial day in town and weren’t willing to risk missing the boat, especially dependent on taxis in a new country. 316 more words



On Turkey’s Aegean coast there lies a picturesque little town called Kusadasi. Built around a small bay the town spreads up the sides of the surrounding mountains, offering stunning views from almost anywhere in the town. 587 more words


Istanbul to Çanakkale (Turkey 3)

After spending a few days in Cappadocia we went to Istanbul.

This must historically and geographically be one of the most important cities in the world. 211 more words


In Turkey, a world away from nearby unrest

By Tom Stieghorst

While in port in Kusadasi, Turkey, on a recent cruise we heard the ezan, as the Islamic call to prayer is known in that country. 375 more words

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Disney Mediterranean Cruise Trip Report: Day 5, Kusasdasi/Ephesus Turkey

This is Part 5 of a 10 part series on the Disney Magic Mediterranean/Greek Isles cruise. For links to the rest of the trip report please visit… 1,026 more words

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More than Kebabs in Kusadasi

What is one of the things I love about cruising? Going to sleep in one country and waking up in another.  Now, we are  in… 734 more words