Palmariva Club Kaplan Tekirova
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... the original settlement on the flood plain dated back centuries BC. Later Alexander The Great (334BC) and The Romans occupied the site and put their stamp on it. Evidently parchment was invented here and there was a library with over 200 000volumes. In addition to being a defensive and administrative centre it was a cultural centre. The sophisticated engineering required to construct and maintain such a site is mind boggling. Water was ...
... turning on a spit and cooking. yes, while it was driving. (you see why I had to take the picture). and as it whipped by, it revealed a barber shop behind. with a barber who immediately gave the 10,000 watt smile and invited me to take a picture of him. which I did. and of course I had to show him how fantastic he looked so we wandered over. one gazillionth of a second later, his babushka mom was smothering me in hugs and kisses. which narurally led to tea. ...
... it was a good incentive to want to be cured! We did stop by the Red Basilica, one of the Seven Churches of the Apocalypse, however this is under restoration and closed. A swim and a walk in the lively city centre completed the day. I resisted further carpet and other shops. Tomorrow we leave for Istanbul. I will probably write a little less often. I still look forward to sharing our experiences and we have enjoyed your ...
... Troy, this is disappointing all is of recent construction, and has a feel of amusement park. Most of the ruins are of recent vintage made to look like antiquities, we heard that about 90 % of what is seen are new materials and there is uncertainty as to whether this is in fact the site of Troy, but tourist want to see it. The Troyan horse in front is plastic and from the 2000's. I'll post a few pictures including the horse.
... and had to chase the bus. Twelve o'clock arrived and we pulled over at a cafe for lunch. One o'clock passed and we really started getting antsy. Two o'clock came and the bus dumped us on the side of the road with our bags (sound familiar?) and left us to walk to an Otogar where we had to take a dolmuş the rest of the way.
A cobbled road led from the dolmuş stop to the foot of the Acropolis mountain. Our hearts sank as we shouldered our packs ...