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... St. John the Baptist church and the towns wonderful views. Following our extensive three hour tour many photos and parting with a little money it's of to our last buffet lunch, hooray I hear Colin shout. Following lunch it's of to visit and ancient mosque, in the shadow of a crusader castle. A wonderful visit with the low sun lighting the old stone walls perfectly. Having finished at the mosque a quick ten minutes in the ...
... are so expensive. Back to the ship for some lunch, a nap and a quick gym session before heading up to the pool deck for a little taste of mohitos before we anchor in Patmos and get little tender boats onto the island. Personally I like Patmos a lot more than Mykonos ... It feels more relaxed and isn't quite so hot. Aimee and I both buy a white sarong for tonight's white Greek ...
... putting together mosaics from thousands of broken fragments hundreds of years old. (A real life jigsaw puzzle). The other terrace houses attached were literally that, with the roof of one house being the floor of the next one, and so on, up the hill. Many of these still have portions of their wall paintings & decorations visible, mosaic floors partially intact and all around restoration work is continually going on. These homes were innovative beyond belief for their ...
... It is in its original form; no restoration was needed. It was used for Olympic type events, not chariot racing.
The next WOW stop was the "odeon or council chamber", a smaller version of a theater where the city elders met to make decisions. Concerts would also have been held there.
WOW#3 was the Roman bath dedicated to the Roman emperor Hadrian who ruled at that time.
WOW#4 was the ...
... the original tiling has been uncovered and restored. After exiting the Terrace Houses, stopped at the Celsius Library. It was built by the new Roman Governor of Asia, who was also a writer. He didn't live to see the finished structure, which became the third largest in the world after the libraries at Alexandria and Pergamum. The statues in front of the Celsius Library represent wisdom, modern sciences, knowledge and curiosity. One statue depicts ...