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... was time for a leather fashion show in a complex with eight large showrooms and glitzy stages in small theatres. Usual greeting with teas and wine followed by hard selling once you touched a garment. The models (suspect showroom staff) looked bored as they strutted their stuff for the umpteenth time today. Oh how this group can shop. Nice lunch in a highway family cafe with good home cooking. A drive up the mountain took us to St May's Cottage. ...
... well so to aide me for the next one, here is the Panthoen:
Aphrodite - Goddess of Beauty, Pleasure & Desire
Apollo - God of Music, Arts & Knowledge
Ares - God of Bloodshed & War
Artemis - Goddess of the Hunt
Athena - Goddess of Intelligence & Peace
Demeter - Goddess of Grain agriculture and Harvest
Dionysus - God of the Frat House
Hades - King of the underworld
Hephaestus - Metalworker and husband ...
... the surrounding area. We split up to cover more ground, and I found a very cool ruin that I brought Uncle Albert to and we explored together. It was the top of a castle-like ruin, but it had a hidden entrance in the side of it.
We climbed up some boulders to the entrance and then began our descent into the inner chamber. Several tight flights of stairs brought us to an underground room with an arched ceiling. We squeezed under the wall ...
... to see the theater, where Paul also was. We took pictures from the top of a hill, able to see inside the vast theater. The theater seats 25,000, and according to Roman law, theaters had to be able to seat 1/10th of the population. Ephesus, therefore, had 250,000 people! The theater faces the harbor, where a brisk sea breeze blows in as a sort of air conditioning. D and I have been rather amused by the stray cats and dogs that wander the streets of ...
... The remains of the second largest library of the time outside of Egypt and Pergamon could be clearly identified with the shelving stone holders still visible. A truly amazing place to visit and by far the best preserved ancient city we have seen to date. We did not linger on the site due to the heat and finally the thong of pushy tourists all trying to get photos in the silliest places like climbing onto ancient recently restored pillars sent ...