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Yay! We got lucky with the weather this morning. After two days of overcast and windy conditions, it was a calm and clear morning. Perfect weather for hot air balloon ride, we were told. This will truly be an highlight of the entire trip, and deserves its own entry. We were ready at 4:00 am, and picked up from the hotel. All the people riding the balloons were taken to the central office. There we could have breakfast, and wait for the authorities to clear ...
... and the best are on display in this museum.
After spending the morning at the museum we drove to Ataturk's Monument. Ataturk was the Father of the Turkish Republic and is especially revered by the Turkish people. He modernized Turkey, changing the alphabet, calendar, education system, codified laws, and much more.
After lunch at Kabobistan (kabobs, pita bread, ...
Today started well. Nearly everyone had had a good night's sleep and while the stomachs were a bit tender and no one was much inclined to eat, at least everyone was ready to continue the tour. We awoke to cold, snow and fog in Konya, but it wasn't too long before the fog burned off to a lovely sunny day. We didn't spend much time in Konya, just long enough to visit the Mevlana Museum. The Mevlana museum is dedicated to Mevlana who founded the order of the ...
... master (though we have not received shipping yet so I'll hold tongue) getting a ridiculous first quote for 2 carpets, one possibly antique but who really knows, to 20% of the original asking price. After viewing about half the shop for 30min (with the brother from the light shop monitoring to make sure we were treated well after we had just bought a healthy quantity from him...clever thinking from Mr B), an exhausted shop keeper then stated his cost with a ...
... of the Ancient World - the Temple of Artemis. Unfortunately there was very little of the temple remaining, but interestingly according to legend, some of the columns that were originally part of the temple were removed and taken to Istanbul to be used in the Hagia Sophia. We were particularly interested in the city's relationship to the history of Christianity. We know it was an important city in the days of the first disciples, particularly the apostle Paul, who lived here ...