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... from our daughter now in her first year as an archeology undergrad student. She had great insight into the debate over how much to allow the public to roam in the ruins vs creating a pathway that separates the public from access to step on, pick up or take shards.... She really enjoyed the part of the ruins they had covered and built a raised pathway ...
... home the next day. Air pressure on the plane..
The altitude must have caused it to explode- ouch.
It turned into a horrible multitude of blisters, and it took me so long to recover, but luckily leaving no scars.
This seems to be the memory of Greece that sticks in my mind the most- OUCH!
... it Constantinople. Haga Sophia was built as a church by Emperor Justinian in 532 AD, during the Byzantine Empire, but it was converted to a mosque in a 48 hour period when the Ottomans took over in 1453. The Blue Mosque - just across the square from Haga Sophia was built by Emperor Ahmet in 1609 as a mosque and was completed in only 5 years - which is amazing when you see the size and grandeur of it.
On Feb. 8th we headed out of Istanbul to ...
... another archeologicql site - this time a health spa. Built to help people meet with the goddess of health and have thier dreqms analysed then treatment is uncertaken accordingly. Even had an area for physiotherapy. Not sure how close to todays physiotherapy, but again shows how advanced these early civilisations were. So hard to grasp how old these places are.
Off again heading for Kusadasi (near ...
Kevin's 70th Birthday today! Happy Birthday. What a way to spend it.. We have spent the last 3 days staying in the beachside town of Kusadasi at 'Mr Happy Limans' as our base. Today we explored the Ephesus region on a guided tour. Ephesus is known for the best reserved ruins in the Mediterranean. They were pretty amazing to be perfectly honest. We have seen so many ruins over the last two weeks and these definitely top it. These ruins date back to the 3rd Century BC. ...