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Exploring with the Ancient Ephesians

” The largest excavated Greco-Roman city in the world, Ephesus was, like many other Anatolian cities, a cradle first of Greek and then of Roman civilization. 915 more words

Worldschooling

Sunday Review: Charisma Deluxe, Turkey

Charisma Deluxe Hotel

http://www.charismahotel.com

Kusadasi, Turkey

My Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5

My husband and I stayed in this hotel for two nights. We were part of a tour group that signed up with Troy Tours for a week in Turkey (Monthly Special). 230 more words

Travel

World Heritage Site Tuesday: Ephesus

I am learning as I see more of the world how much I don’t know.

I have never heard of Ephesus before the second quarter of last year.

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Restful day in Kusadasi

Distance walked- 4.51km

Transport used- none

Booking an extra day here with no plans was great for some R&R. We walked all the way along the foreshore after breakfast and spent most the day planning, reading, swimming and resting.

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Turkey

A Day at Ephesus

Distance walked- 9.22 km

Transport used- Dolmus, taxi

We organised some laundry to be done by the ladies who clean the rooms and also bus tickets to Pamukkale for Tuesday. 411 more words

Turkey

Kusadasi

Distance walked- 7.68 km

Transport- Dolmus (local bus)

We enjoyed a late start after a couple of early mornings. Following breakfast and some planning for the weeks ahead, we followed instructions given to us last night and headed towards the old city. 261 more words

Turkey

Kusadasi

Distance walked- 4.88km

Transport used- mini bus, bus, taxi

Getting the photo in early because I only took three today.

Left Canakkale at 7.30am and picked up the big bus at the Otogar which left exactly at 8. 78 more words

Turkey