Hotel Goldenday Wings
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... trying to convert to Aussie dollars. The storekeepers hassle the tourists, bartering is custom. Bob & Ian decided to have a Turkish shave and got more than they bargained for, ended up with having a shave, a haircut, eyebrows trimmed, their nose & ear hairs waxed (ouch says Bob), a blow dry,a face mask, Bob thought the guy said 20 lira, but he said €20, Bob grumbled for a while but felt better when Ian said he got ripped off also. Then they went looking ...
... 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 ...
... of you guys, Mike and Sue, we had a drink at Murphy's Pub...who knew...it sure doesn't sound like a Turkish name...or a Greek name for that matter, but there was a Murphy's in Santorini as well. What's that about??? We've reached the halfway point in our cruise...10 days left and then they boot us off in Barcelona. Guess I'll drown my sorrows with ....hmmm...I know, another meal!!! Off to the dining ...
... upon thus far in this trıp, none of which currently remain. Now the wonder is gone and the town itself is the real treasure, a very extensive set of jaw-dropping, freestanding ruins, in tact mosaics and frescoes, as well as some modern reconstructions from the detritus described on the signs charitably as 'cubist impressions'. I stayed at a curious backpackers called Boomerang run by two laid back Australianised Turks whose main duties ...