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... dozens more hidden. It’s a bit of a trek up and around all the steps but well worth it, and there’s a great view over the site from the top – and much easier going down to the street than upwards.
Ali had earlier pointed out a church entry porch just behind the senate/Odeon, they know it’s under a huge mound of dirt and grass because they’ve done the geophysics but who knows when they will be able to excavate it, ...
After searching Istanbul and every other store in Turkey, Patti found leather heaven in our small port town as the tourist season is winding down fast and shops are in a rush to get rid of supplies before the tourists leave town (mid October). I call it the perfect storm; holiday euphoria colliding with the weaker Turkish Lira and Patti, who hasn't shopped since yesterday. Oh well. We started ...
... with BABBA at the Shaker Lounge; some excellent tunes as always and we got moving to ‘Dancing Queen’ and a few others. It was the blonde’s last show as she was leaving the quartet after eight years of Swedish service.
A massive day in the Roman ruins and having fun back on the ship.
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To make a very long (i.e., 4-hour) story short, Ephesos is really, really, really, really cool. There's so much to see, and so much that is well preserved - it's really neat to actually be able to envision an entire city from the ruins. The excavations that have been going on for the past 150 years have been well rewarded, although I think that there's still about 80% of the city left to uncover. I hope they make more amazing discoveries ...
... of the Ancient World. There, we visited: amphitheater, Library of Celsus, Temple of Hadrian, the Scholastic Baths (Latrines), South Gate of Agora and Odeon. I have to admit that when I saw the amphitheater, I envisioned the apostle Paul, courageously addressing a full audience. I got so emotional that I began to cry. I never felt more proud of the apostle Paul. I am so glad ...