Palmariva Club Kaplan Tekirova
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... While in the restaurant it started to pour down with rain, so we were unsure as to whether we would be doing the next destination because it may be either still raining or too wet. Soon we all had to get back on the bus and we drove to the next destination with it still raining, but lighter now, when we got to the destination the tour guide got out to see whether it was ok and safe to do this part of the trip, he soon returned and said it was. ...
... wine and a puppy with a taste for shoes. Mine now have interesting prickly soles. Dave's were destroyed. I was stupid (blame the burnt toffee toned wine) and though the fenced property and a night guard 10m from our van made it OK to leave shoes under the steps. Wrong! Lesson learnt. The owner showed his sympathy by giving me a 20% discount.
Finding the cable car was an interesting quest. We went through the old town and ...
... go to europe and in this case it seems that the most intact spectacular pieces are sitting in some museum in berlin. but the real magic of this place was really it's lack of people' it's intact columns and being able to sit in a theatre that's more then a couple of tbousand years old. we choose to not read too many descriptions and instead just strolled around enjoying the ambiance of the place. should have brought some white soft cheese and a bottle of raki and we ...
... ft × 190.29 ft). Attempts have been continuing by the German archaeologists since 1976 to erect this temple which has 6 x 9 columns and a peripteros plan (one row of columns around the temple). It is completely marble.
The Theater of Pergamon, one of the steepest theaters in the world, has a capacity of 10,000 people and was constructed in the 3rd century BC. The road in ...
... understanding of medicine lasted until just a few centuries ago as the world exited the Dark Ages (thanks, religion!) and science started to make progress around the 15th century CE.
In town, the massive "Red Basilica" (Wikipedia) build over a church from the 1st century CE (or so?) was under reconstruction. It is so big that the Christian church mentioned in the bible is still inside it.