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... who was having lunch with his owners. They were ganging up on him and barking and he just sat there so well behaved. The waiters were all trying to catch the terriers who were expert at evading them. It really was quite funny to see the waiters trying to chase these little fellows. After it all settled down one of them came and lay by my feet and got pats..
Then we were on the road again, making our way to Pamukkale, the town, and above ...
... the secret of separating gold from silver, thereby producing both metals of a purity never known before. This was an economic revolution, for while gold nuggets panned or mined were used as currency, their purity was always suspect and a hindrance to trade. Such nuggets or coinage were naturally occurring alloys of gold and silver known as electrum and one could never know how much of it was gold and how much was silver. Sardis now could mint nearly pure silver and gold ...
... the travertines by sunset so had wonderful views across into the valley and to Denizli, especially once the city was all lights upon dark.
We were at a super little hotel, firm bed, hot water, clean room and breakfast on the rooftop terrace looking at the travertines!
We went back into Denizli in the morning by dolmus and set off to Selcuk by train. That is another story. But, the trip to Pamukkale was a ...
... warm water cascades over. The deposits are called the travertines. They are marbley to look at but when climbed barefoot (as required by the local Jandarms) they tread well and nary a slip is felt as you climb up beholding nature's handiwork. Once up you can visit ancient Hieropolis. Yep the Greeks, then Romans , then Byzantians got here before the throngs of tour buses. Back in the BCEs a cool city was built ...
... lucky the hotel owner was so friendly and when he saw Kayla was sick he offered for us to keep our room so she could stay in bed while we went to see Ephesus.
We discussed it and took him up on the offer as she really needed to sleep more.
Ephesus was another amazing place with the best preserved ruins in Europe and that is with 82% of the city still uncovered. It is said to be one of the most beautiful ancient cities in the ...