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... was the 3rd largest library and held up to 12,000 scrolls. The facade is now only standing but with the help of the info book given to us if fills in the missing pieces. Further down the road we enter the townhouses which are currently being restored. There is group of 7 town houses together and we are able to move through by walking on raised glass bridges which allows us to have a great view into each room. We learn about how modern ...
... days of limited travels. The Vatican banned the book when it came out though somehow a copy was at Izmir (a nearby town) and people went and found the house exactly as it was described. They reported back to Vatican and the house has since seen catholic popes come to give sermons.
We made wishes in our house and drank the holy water there. Bought some for relative too.
We then headed to ...
We docked in Kusadasi at about 8am on a glorious morning with clear blue skies and warm sunshine. The view from the cabin was of the pretty coastline and boats until, unbeknown to us in advance, Cunard's Queen Elizabeth crept up alongside opposite us and hid both the view and early morning sunshine. Pity. However, she did give us a good view of the ship and of the people opposite standing on their balconies. From our ship ...
From Pamukkale, we travelled south to Kusadasi. Once again we drove on good but mountainous roads. We were now seeing lots of olive trees - and fig trees. Roadside stalls sold dried figs. How I wish the figs were ripe now so we could try them.
From the starting point of our drive at Goreme we have seen changes in the fruit types grown. At Cappadoccia it was apple trees, ...
... stood. This was a HUGE temple that is hard to describe. Even as I look at the pictures they don't really show you the scale of the massive 60 ft. columns. As we approached the base we felt like miniatures against the large steps. We walked into the inner chamber and climbed around all the fallen column pieces. I can't believe that as large as it was it was still the third largest temple at the time. Tomorrow we see the largest at Ephesus. It was ...