Queen's Park Resort
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- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
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... food wonderful hospitality and fun trying to communicate in Turkish. Ismael (our guide) gave us a lesson and a hand out of Turkish phrases before hand which was extremely useful. He did also give us a lecture on human history this morning together with a two page handout.
After lunch we went to Pergamon to the ruins of the Aeschylun hospital again Ismael worth his weight in ...
... almost makes one dizzy. But ohh the views! They certainly knew their Real Estate principles... The river down the hill was the source of water brought in by aqueducts and stored in cisterns.I bow to those architects and engineers! We proceeded to the Asklepion, the Medical Centre that could be seen from the top of the hill. It became famous due to a local, Dr. Galen, who had studied in Alexandria and elsewhere, treated ...
... This site was discovered and dug up by the Germans financed by Kaiser Wilhelm II. The Germans did the archeological dig, removed the main objects took then to Germany where they remain in the Insel Museums in Berlin, also know as the Pergamum Museums. to transport all the objects they built a train that they also took back when the dig was finished. The Turkish Government keeps claiming them but so far ...
... born Domenicos Teotocopoulos here in Heraklion. It is a very active port with lots of large ferryboats coming from other islands and Greece. We bought a few gifts, Carl a shirt, and me some clothes too. The linens were quite nice, as well as silk rugs but they are rather bulky for the suitcases. We had a pleasant lunch in the shade of the trees with a nice breeze blowing – not too hot here – in the mid 80s F. - but the humidity ...
... we had thrown darts while the "chef" worked, and afterward we thought we'd give backgammon a go. Both of us had read the rules and tried playing several years ago, but neither of us could remember the actual method of gameplay. The little old man saw us attempting to set up the board in what seemed like a logical arrangement, laughed, and came over to show us how it was really done. He moved pieces, threw dice, slammed other chips, and gestured at us ...