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... that men like Plato, Epicurus, Seneca, Montaigne, Sartre and Erickson examined and commended to us, we can make authentic choices for how we want to conduct this period of our lives.
Now, my head hurts, time for a drink,or perhaps more and absolutely no skate for dinner.
... of Celcus, wonderful marble streets, Hercules Gates, the baths, The Grand Theatre (seating up to 25,000 people), the Fountain of Trajan, the public Toilets, The Brothel and numerous other buildings and statues. One building had a wonderful mosaic tile floor with thousands of very small coloured tiles. I could go on for ages about all of the wonderful uncovered structures and features, however I will leave it for you to perhaps travel there and discover ...
I had organised my own tour for this port, and we were with 6 other passengers. (private tours in Turkey...guide Taner ) Our guide was waiting for us with a nice large van for the 8 of us. We headed to House of The Virgin Mary first, to beat the cruise ship crowds. This is very sacred site, vey well cared for with millions of people coming here every year - like a pilgrimage and also to drink the water. It was quite a eerie feeling walking through the small stone cottage. ...
... in the 6th century AD as the harbour filled up with silt despite many Emperors' efforts. The ruins are immense, breathtaking and grand. There are large squares and roads flanked and lined with pillars on either side, huge amphitheatres know as the Odeon, temples to Gods and emperors including Hadrian, Trajan fountain with Trajan himself standing with his foot on a globe - "I have conquered it all and ...
Explored a well preserved Roman site (originally Greek) dating back to 3rd century BC, run for a while by another of Alex the Great's generals. Ephesus was the main port and for some time capital of the Asia-Minor (Anatolia) part of Turkey (before Constantinopolis) that used to be on the coast, but now located around 6 km inland (silt valley). Extensive site, upper city included Agora ...