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... There was a young girl from Nantuckett.” Looking at something from four different angles and concluding there are two additional sides, and perhaps none of them mean anything, is not very helpful, if you are selling debits to a girl from Nantuckett.
The author of the book, Daniel Klein,fled to a Greek island for a month to contemplate growing old. Epicurus, the same gentlemen ...
... except for a few ancient ruins that protruded above the surface. It is believed that it became an extinct city due to the bay silting up, making it impossible for it to be a fishing village and economic centre of the times. In 1869 excavation by archaeologists commenced to once again bring to light the ancient city. This careful excavation has continued over the last 145 years, however at this stage only between 10 and 20% of the city has been ...
... We are told this is a dying art as most rugs these days are machine made in china and that in 10 years you won't be able to buy one. We managed to extract ourselves from our personal salesman unscathed - but only just!! I was tempted to buy a small one as a wall hanging, but decided I had no where to hang it! It would just sit rolled up in a tube like the papyrus painting I got 4 years ago in Egypt!! After busing it back to the port we had 40 mins free ...
... in London as we had a chance to see the statues before we saw the 'Hole'.
Next stop on the 'Tour' was a ceramics workshop and yet another opportunity to spend money....which I didn't. We have way too much stuff!
Now on to Ephesus. Legend says that Androcolus was the city's founder but I kind of like the tradition that it was founded by Amazons leaving Androcolus to come later when he was guided to the area by a fish and a wild boar.....well that's ...
An early morning leaving got us to Ephesus by 8:30 with very few other tourists. Entering the upper gat, we walked down through the town. It turned out to be a magnificent walk. The top of the town was crowned by an odeon leading to the agora via entry arches. The old road has been uncovered and is original. Along the way, the temple, fountain and latrine is passed. All had fallen apart with earthquakes but had been rebuilt in laces to give an idea of what ...