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We left early this morning and are on are way to the Mediterranean coast and Antalya. Not much happened today we just drove. They drive was very hilly as we drove through what they call mountains. Felt like I was driving in BC. This is a very beautiful city and apparently very popular with Germans and Russians. Our guide said it was one of the top tourist spots. We got ...
... before lunch, lunch, "ipad time", then two sets of activities, ranging from art to dance to cooking, home at 3pm. But, of course, I had an extra two hours or so after school with the boys til Rachel and Mark came out of work. I was using this week in school as an experience for my potential future career, but looking back, I'm not sure its something I want to do (at least at that age). I found that the capabilities of the youngsters almost weren't enough for me, and ...
... about modern Turkey from an onsite museum. He was fascinated by the language reform. The Turkish language has a large variety of sounds that do not exist in the Arabic alphabet. As a result, Turkish words were spelled differently from the way they were pronounced and most people were illiterate. A special commission was appointed to study conversion to Latin writing that advised on special accents to be used on some letters. If Turkey has adopted ...
... we were taken through more rural areas of Southern Germany by a
bus and another train. After all of these travels we made it to Füssen, to get
to Hohenschwangau to see the Hohenschwangau and Neuschwanstein Castles. We saw
Hohenschwangau first, which was absolutely beautiful and we were taken on a
guided tour. After the castle it was getting late, so we grabbed some dinner,
in which I got Currywurst (sausage in a curry ...
... english. Obviously she had many stories to tell us of her father and mother.
The final stop was the Mausoleum of Ataturk. An impressive structure not dissimilar to the Lincoln Memorial in some ways. Unlike some Mausoleums we have visited the body was not lying in state but was a marble sarcophagus on a raised platform. Beneath the mausoleum was a museum of the history of modern ...