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... The Great Theatre was an
awesome sight as it once seated 25,000 people and looks out over the
valley below which used to be the port before the sea retreated to
Austrian Archaeological mob are funding the restoration of the
theatre and other Universities and organisations are working in other
areas of the site. There
are large areas covered with huge
chunks of carved
and engraved marble
from assorted buildings, just ...
I felt proud for getting the kids into bed by 9:30 last night but that still wasn't enough, I Had to drag Emerson from her oillow at 7:30 this morning. We entered Kusadasi early so had time for a Turksih tea before kicking off our tour. We met up with our guide and driver in a huge 15 seater just for the four of us, the kids loved the sprawling space :)
We headed straight to the House of the Virgin Mary, passing the Adapark (Wet 'n Wild) where we had ...
... speaking English works), the whole group had problems and we all split up and met again. Then OMG the afternoon of hard sell, carpet maker and hard sell, then leather with a bloody fashion parade and the hard sell. I can say there were no sales for our tour bus out of it, we were all really ********** with the tour company by the end of the day. The tour guide who clearly ran on commission was of course struggling to show his ...
... blonde, Austrian females (the dig was being funded by Austria). It was pretty informative, but I learned something new. Apparently flirting with someone in 90 degree heat when they've been digging for several hours in the sun while trying to concentrate on handling several thousand year old artifacts IS NOT the best pickup technique. We live and learn... In town there are the ruins of the Basillica of St John, where ...
... and then walked the access road lined with cooling shade of the pine trees and out the exit to run the gamut of lots of shop keepers.
Our next brief stop was to look at the ruins of Artemis Temple which really has only one column left and currently houses a stork’s nest on the top of it – the neatest I’ve ever seen - with 3 babies tho’ our guide said they are no longer babies. One of the parents was ...