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... to take off. We weren't supposed to be flying out of Amman, but things have changed, and today saw us packing up and leaving to a place we have never even considered visiting. More about that later. We were supposed to have crossed out of Jordan three days ago, at the Arava-Eilat crossing, where Jordan, Israel and Egypt converge around the Red Sea. But we stayed on in Jordan longer than planned, enjoying the peaceful oasis of a little Kingdom in the middle of ...
... waiters and management who are all very courteous and ready to meet the needs of their guests with attention to personalized service. I believe with such attention given it can be one of the reasons for the many repeaters.
ROOM: Our spacious, bright and elegantly decorated room had a classy touch, fully equipped with modern amenities. Being on the 4th floor (#426) it overlooked the Greek Parliament and the tomb of the Unknown Soldier where we ...
Graeme, Crystal, and Marlana presented on Pop Music on Greece and Turkey. Here is there handout:
Popular Greek & Turkish Music
Crystal Ingram, Marlana Cirillo, Graeme Biddle
Influences of Greek-Turkish Pop Music
- Ottoman Classical music
- Turkish folk music
- European popular music
A main factor that contributed to the musical change in Turkey was the transition of the Ottoman Empire ...
... raise eyebrows at our 9-person Supreme Court today: back then, the smallest was 201, but the average was around 500. There were water clocks to keep people from talking too long, and all juries had to be complete by the end of the day. There was a completely randomized machine for choosing a completely random jury out of 6000 contestants - so, in other words, if you wanted to bribe someone, you needed to be really rich.
Too bad modern-day politics doesn't necessarily work the same way.
... ughhhh! Anyway inside and tickets bought €5pp ( which by the way we thought was way too cheap for this place ) we headed off to explore the treasures and antiquities.. a few steps in and poor old height sensitive Deb and GJ noticed they were walking on a glass floor and looking down there is quite a drop to that same dig we'd seen outside, again wow, which is not what they were saying, they weren't at all comfortable! We wandered around for about half an hour or so, ...