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... Ephesus. Very hot and crowded even tho we were there quite early. We started at the top and walked down so that made things a lot easier. Such an interesting place. Then onto Sirince village. Very cute. Ice cream vendors doing their tricks, coffee shops with the sand to cook the coffee in and the silver sets to serve it with. It was nice and shady and the vendors weren't too pushy like the ones at the shops near the boat. I went to the ...
... It was an amazing sight as we had never considered a rug to be a coveted item in a home let alone a beautiful work of art! During the presentation one of the owners keyed in on us mentioning our home state of California. He had gone to school there and met his wife in Southern California. After chatting for a bit he invited us into another room to show us more of the business and to view some rugs...the trap was set. Although he ...
I met a traveller from an antique land
Who said: Two vast and trunkless legs of stone
Stand in the desert….
We're in Ephesus and the opening words of Shelley’s sonnet Ozymandius seem to echo from the barren hills. Our ship has docked in Kusadasi, one of the major ports in Turkey, and gateway to ancient Ephesus. Our ...
... roads transected each other at right angels.
There are six residential units on three terraces at the lower end of the slope of the Bulbul Mountain. The oldest building dates back into the 1C BC and continued in use as residence until the 7C AD.
Ephesus terrace houses are covered with protective roofing which resembles Roman houses. The mosaics on the floor and the frescos have been consolidated and two houses have been opened to the public as a museum.
... Blue Mosque and St Sophia.
Istanbul does not have laundromats - so washing was an exercise of relays in the bathroom basin. The room ended up looking like a wet day laundry !!!!!!!
After an exhausting afternoon washing(!) we set off in to the pedestrian mall which leads to Taksim Square - the full length of the mall must be several Kms - with brand names mingled with Turkish gear and souvenirs. Thousands out shopping, eating, chatting, ...