Armonia Bay Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... standing - one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. The pyramids in Egypt are the only Wonder intact. Nanna and I then visited the House of the Virgin Mary, up a big hill. Taner assured us it was only 1 hour on foot or 1/2 hour via donkey from town. The ancient stone house sits in dappled shade and has a very special atmosphere. We stayed inside a while and said a prayer for you all! Taner pointed out the original lower ...
Today we got to visit Ephesus. Ephesus was at its peak during the 1st and 2nd century AD. It was a major Roman city second in importance and size only to Rome. Ephesus has been estimated to be about 400,000 inhabitants in the year 100 AD, making it the largest city in Roman Asia. In 123 AD, the Library of Celsus (third largest library in the ancient world, after Alexandria and Pergamon) was constructed at Ephesus.
Ephesus also attracted Christian settlers (Greeks and ...
... groups are Islamic legalists, a good example being the sect known as Wahabi Islam. There are, however, many sects that disagree with this view and use music in prayer and worship of Allah regularly.
The Musical Theory of Islamic Music
A large portion of traditional and contemporary Islamic music is improvised. This is put into practice through ornamentation, vocal inflections, and instrumental ...
... are on, showered and the 9 of us are lying on hot marble waiting.... (Male and females all in together) we are all getting some odd looks form the local men coming for their weekly scrub ritual. The crew there were the middle aged, pod gutted mustached type with long staring gazes! Fark! What are we doing?! So hilarious! One at a time we were loofered, soaped and foamed, cracked and slapped! Once this step was complete another man then wrapped us in ...
... of yelling and in general chaos!! Andrew managed to figure out from the Kamil Kok office that we needed to head into the main terminal (which apparently we weren't at), and go to platform number 139, where there would be a minibus. So we weaved our bags through traffic, crazy fast buses that don't slow down, and up two very steep ramps and we made it! Also the man at the platform knew very good English - enough to tell us that he would be leaving in 9 minutes ...