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Travel Blogs from Denizli
... What is interesting is how different the layout of the various cities is. They obviously place their major theatres (not amphitheatres as I have been previously saying - which are the full ones I now know - thank you Heather [what's the point of having a friend who's an archaeologist who has studied here if you can't use the knowledge!]) in hillsides where ...
... It is a very large site and it will take them many more to fully reveal its mysteries. For us, along with the drama of the site, it was fascinating to see a dig in process. There were cranes ready to lift pristine white marble columns from the ground looking as good as they would have in 400 AD. This city was laid out on a grid pattern and we walked down Syria street to Stadium and took a bit of a tour down Ephaseus street.
... of the site or of the Turkish our driver spoke, managed to get our minibus to drop us off at a mostly unused gate at the north of the park, which actually worked out perfectly. Arriving early in the morning by a random gate, we got to wander mostly by ourselves in the necropolis (a burial ground for ancient “tourists” who came to the hot springs looking for cures, but then died while in Hieropolis) for a while before we even saw any other ...
... this would be a very 'safe harbor'. It is a bay protected by an island. 'Kekova' We ended up meeting a bunch of folks from Istanbul that were here on a week-end holiday to hike part of the Lycian Way ( which is about 500 km long). A few of them spoke fairly good English and they were all very nice , warm and welcoming. One of them got my I pad's SIM card unlocked for me ( for which I am eternally grateful!). They ended ...
... totally empty from tourists who were all gathered at the limestone terraces.
The Apollo temple was great too and we could really walk amongst the ruins and try to imagine who it could have been.
Lastly we went to the terraces where the natural hot spring was. It was quite slippery with uneven surfaces but quite a sight and walking through the hot water.
Then it was driving again as we left to go Antalya. Supposedly one of the most popular ...
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