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... Roman amphitheatre here. So we find some parking just down the hill from the enclosure and walk up and get some tickets, walk in and find that we are not incorrectly informed at all! There is a little colosseum, and an amphitheatre which are both in very good condition for their time. Compared to others we have seen, and we've seen a few now, the amphitheatre is really spectacular. We walked the colosseum first and are told it is 62metres long ...
... laughing, and he just said he did not care. Maybe not the best story to write about, but really, really funny. I am sure this will soon be surpassed by another funny incident.
The city of Merida houses really great roman ruins and escavations, but the city itself is just that, an ugly city. We spend many an hour walking from one roman cite to the next, Finally Johan gave up and said he had to return to the hotel, I went with him and Bennie and Veronica saw ...
... and Castile... but the truth remains that nobody eats before 2030 at the earliest and I haven't had anything since brekkers... this is not, when thinking about world peace and the Ebola virus, a huge deal... but you can probably work out the impact of a beer at 2000... ah well... I've been thinking about ALL of you loads as the raven has flown south... wish you were all here... love you... and there'll be more sensible messages once the boss arrives on monday fd ...
... house plan was amazing with a central courtyard fit with a pool in the middle accessible by the bedrooms and fresco outdoor areas, makes you wonder how today's house planners still fail to grasp this simplicity from 2000 years ago. Dinner and drinks were calling at a cute little local bar called 'Chappa Tapa' to wash away the two millenniums of dust we had accumulated over the afternoon. Another day and time for some more ruins before escaping in the knight. The Alcazaba is ...
... consuming to just take pictures of them.
This town has done a fabulous job of integrating the old with the new, and after walking for several hours, we feel like we have gotten a good taste of Rome (even though we never left Spain). Our feet have had enough of ruins for one day (although Paul is going out in the early evening for pictures of a Roman aqueduct). For now,it's time for a little of the Spanish wine that we have grown to enjoy.
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