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... the hokey pokey and being generally stork like. and had outdoor cafes where you could drink tea and gaze upon the fort. and have a glass of fresh squeezed pomegranate juice. and a piece of sticky orgasmic baklava one block later. and again, the home of several ruins. and clashes of cultures, times, religions and building styles. we visited both the basilica of st. john (so named because john and some famous virgin hung out here for a while - you can do ...
... It was really impressive to see how fast those women were able to work the thread; still, some of these carpets take years to complete. Dom and I made a huge splurge and bought a beautiful carpet for when we return. We were able to ship it home for free (sorry mom and dad, another item to store for us!)
In Ephasus (Selcuk) we enjoyed our last Turkish breakfast, Turkish tea and kabob with bittersweet emotions swirling around us. ...
... are in complete awe of nature. How is it possible for something of this caliber to be created by chance? The calcium carbonate deep in the earth + angle of slopes + temperature of the sun + changing seasons + thousands of years + everything in between = Pammukale calcium terraces. This place is a natural miracle. It was another 3 hour drive home. We were too exhausted by this point to find another good restaurant so we went back to the same one as ...
... named capital of the Roman province of Asia by Augustus, and received emperial investments from Hadrian, Trajan, Domitian and Nero; later, Byzantine monarchs Justinian and Theodosius financed churches and councils here.
And somewhere in this ancient Gotham urban jungle of commerce, deities and opulence, a Jew from a small village in eastern Anatolia came to town in the mid-1st century A.D. By long-standing tradition so did the ...
... Lots of people but it all moves smoothly. Two Popes have visited and declared it a Holy Place.
The taxi now took us to Ephesus, wow what an ancient piece of history, how they can restore all this is quite something. And only 15% has been uncovered. You have to use your imagination, when you see the columns you can visualize the grandeur. We had the audio guide to tell us what we were seeing, so that was great. we walked the ...
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