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... be used only for the day as there were very little bedrooms or any other rooms. The palace was the last place of captivity of the deposed Sultan Abdulhamid II from 1912 until his death in 1918. I could not think of a better place to be confined to then a palace, but I guess if you went from the huge Dolabahce Palace to this one it would be a big let down. Tomorrow I am off to do another tour of a church and a mosque and then in the evening meet my tour ...
... a day hiking around the Olympus ruins and I say hiking because most of it we were bush bashing. There were little goat tracks you could follow but there were some ruins to see that you had to go off the track to get through. Most of the ruins had been overtaken by the forest again. It made it quite pretty really to be walking through forest/rainforest and seeing all the ruins. It's how I would picture the ones in Cambodia and South America. The place we were staying at ...
... again. She was out of town travelling and at one point she came home. It was weird staying in an apartment not knowing when she would come home. It was more affordable than a hotel room, but renting a room in someone's place is not for me. With an early bird flight home, I arrived in Swld and snoozed for most of the afternoon, resting from my latest adventure :0)
I definitely made the most of my long weekends this spring! :0)
Joshua Anoff, Kenny Daniel, and Maddie Trammell
Greek Theater and Choral Music
- Greek music utilizes modes in order to set an emotion or situation.
o Depending on the mood or setting, something that might sound good, would not necessarily work as well because it would ruin the ethos, or character of the situation.
§ Different modes ...
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Our mission in shopping all the way out in the Nişantaşı (Nee-shawn-ta-shuh) district was to find Turkish Tango textiles for Uncle Albert. I picked up an awesome new word: İndirim. It means "discount" :) In many stores, Turkish sales are the real deal. One dress shirt was going for 60 TL, but had a 50% İndirim sign over it. That meant 30 TL, and then after conversion to USD, it only ended up with a price tag of $15.48! In ...