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... were built to keep the area for pedestrians only. Terrace houses were built so that the each house had a shaded area in front. The peristyle(courtyard) mosaics were visible & in wonderful condition. Geometric designs in limestone & terra cotta.
The inscription museum was fabulous not least because we could trace over the words with our fingers. Looking up the via were rows of Cypress trees & columns- ...
... water is now 7KM away.
The city was built from marble that was mined from the mountains nearby.
The first traces of habitation date back to the 5000BC, when the Amazonians lived there.
Then it was settled by the Greeks, then Romans and then the Byzantine Empire (where Constantinople was the Capital).
It housed 250 000 people until the city was abandoned due to outbreaks of Malaria and ...
... for a different experience the Chefs table is something you need to do. If you are planing a trip to Turkey I highly recommend booking a tour with Samyeli Travel. They have very reasonable prices for small groups and they take very good care of you. www.samyelitravel.com Or if you are in Izmir send Mehmet an email at firstname.lastname@example.org either way you will get hooked up and have a great ...
... only be described as shanty town shacks, just off the freeway and clearly visible to all. Turkey is in an earthquake zone and it looks like one good shake and most of the city would come down like a deck of cards. Of course our hotel put us in the top floor, room 709 so its only one way to go if the shaking starts.
We had our meeting with Dave from Get Routed at 5.00 pm Sun 27.03.11 on the dot together with about 35 ...
... well, but also because I miss my family! Christmas is a very special, spirit-filled time for us together – and Christmas Eve, especially, has always been important because it’s the one holiday that is spent with immediate family only. We go to church together (my mom and dad are always involved in the church services, of course; some years, my brothers and I offer “special music” (e.g., sing!) at one of the services), and afterward, ...