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We were on the road to Kusadasi by 9am. Travelling south, down the mountainous coastline of Turkey, by 12 we had reached the ancient Acropolis of Pergamon. We travelled in a cable car up the top of a hill to the ancient ruins. From the top it was a full 360 degree view down. A great defensive position. I touched the fountain bowl within the ruined temple of Athena! We had 15 minutes free time so myself an another lady Betty ran to the ...
Another early breakfast after a good nights sleep, a few people look a bit worse for wear after yesterday. Breakfast at 7am and coach departs about 8.15. About a 2 hour trip along the old coast road rather than motorway, giving us some fantastic views of the Aegean coastline. Arriving in Izmir we ...
... at the road that led between rows of arching trees and then appeared to turn vertical on the other end. However, we were shocked beyond belief to walk out from underneath the trees and realize that a fantastic Teleferik (cable car) had been installed to "ferry" visitors along a "tele"phone line to the beginning of the Acropolis ruins at the top of the mountain. Score!
The Upper Agora was the first sight; the wonderful columns arching overhead as we ...
... eateries, although lots of shop would ‘clean’ the sidewalk or promenade outside their shops with a hose. This makes some sense and is a fairly common practice in ethnic neighbourhoods in Toronto. Having just been in Africa (and other places), where water is such a scarce resource, it seemed like an excessive indulgence.
After another bus ride we arrived in Avylik (pr. Eh-veh-lick) finding the tourist cartel catering mostly to Turks while ...
... free. It was pretty clear right away that he was offering to be our guide. We were a bit hesitant, but he was friendly enough, so we took him up on it. We’re glad we did, because he showed us much more than we would have found. This ruins, looking like nothing more than a few exposed walls in the fields, turned out to be quite a huge complex, with a theatre, markets, school, roads and houses. Not much has been uncovered, but he was able to show us some of the ...
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