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OK, so I was right about my unreliability - I do have some blogs but I've had no time to edit not enough reliable wifi to publish. Of course here I am na finding some time on the bus after a nap and ou guide starts to point out where the last remaining nomads in turkey live!!! But I am going to press on.
Our guide has a masters in archaeology and is we think a bit of a wanna ...
... Ancient door knockers and modern updated bathrooms are a perfect combination. Oh and a terrace overlooking both the acropolis and the red basilica. A nice host and endless tea meant we could have stayed forever. this was definately the friendliest town we've been to. not that people haven't been friendly other places, but this really took the baclava. I was taking a fun photo. one of those cute little three wheeled trucks drove by. and what should it have in the back ...
... in town and contributed much to medical knowledge. It was interesting to appreciate that it was mostly mental illnesses that were treated here, with baths, massages, herbs and dream analysis. We saw underground tunnels and sleeping quarters. The sound of water running, still heard today, was used as relaxation therapy. The cured patients were let out into the city again, the others apparently taken to the port and ...
... Museum is still in Berlin.
There is no more archeology being conducted at this site as they know what was here, and there are so many other un-excavated placed to work on.
From here we went to the near by Asclepium Medical Center where mental illnesses were treated. This is a very impressive complex dedicated to the treatment of mental patients, very much like it is done now.
After this ...
... rapidity. We managed to catch on enough to play through a game.
Uncle Albert and I then walked back over to the bus agent and to confirm the trip length; he assured us that we should be in Bergama in about two hours time. We checked in our bags and boarded our bus. Ten o'clock passed and the bus stopped for gas -- 1106.60 TL fillup! Eleven o'clock passed and we paused in a town about one third of the way there; Uncle Albert almost got left at the ...