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... security and customs office. The area was a big open space with 30 or so employees wandering around....maybe working? Maybe not? We switched line ups 3 times as the customs people kept walking off from their posts. The 3 European men in line in front of us were getting hassled pretty good about where and who they were staying with while they were here. This made me nervous, we had written an address on our deceleration card of a warm showers host who lived near the ferry ...
... temple of Roman Africa and was dedicated to the three supreme Roman deities Jupiter, Juno and Minerva. Today, there is virtually nothing left of the original temple. Careful restoration work however has produced a wonderful yet partial replica.
The temple once sat on a very high podium built for the purpose of elevating the building to ensure it dominated the city and the surrounding plains. The central temple measured 43 by 27 meters and ...
... The plane parked outside the terminal and stunned, we sat there as the captain and his crew with their heads bowed and making no eye contact with the passengers, walked slowly down the aisle of the plane and disembarked, leaving the passengers somewhat spellbound and speechless.
In hindsight I am still amazed that we all sat there like lemmings. No-one even politely asked the flight attendants what had happened but I guess they were about as knowledgeable ...
... the complex, with palestras and gymnasiums on either side and the natatio (swimming pool) beyond.
Whilst the Antonine Baths are in many respects typical of other imperial baths, their design was influenced by location, resulting in a number of unique design aspects. Located on the Mediterranean coast, the natatio was open and faced the sea to take advantage of the views. Being ...
... a misty vapor.
Next, there was the hammam, or Turkish bath. The description of this practice will sound a little strange to those who have never been, but essentially, it is a steam chamber where you detox and get scrubbed from head to toe. I would recommend it to everyone. Just be sure you wear a bathing suit. I went in my underwear and either because of that or the fact that I had the whole place to myself, the attendant lady (the 'scrubber?') ...