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Not long after leaving Cappadocia this morning we ran into some wind, a vicious side wind from the south that hit our right hand side and battered us for a hundred miles before we dropped into some tight little valleys that gave us much welcome shelter.
Almost all of todays roads were dual carraigeway much to Jochens disgust. He had planned todays route using the map and basecamp to try to get away onto little roads. His map is sadly out of date ...
... quickly removed mosaics from those areas. In another instance, the mosaic was already underwater, lost forever, until a change in water flow exposed it and archaeologists swooped in to rescue it before the area was submerged again, The stories about excavation of the site in the face of imminent flood destruction were fascinating, though the real belles of the ball were of course the mosaics.
The museum is ...
... over Commagene, a kingdom founded north of Syria and the Euphrates.
A small road wound the 20 plus kilometers to the parking lot at the bottom of Mount Nemrut's southern side. Entrance fee is 11 TL per person. Thick cloud-cover hovered over the area. The sun teasingly peeked occasionally through small openings. A beautiful stone walkway and steps made the 650 meter climb a lot easier. I have ...
... for its cuisine which is influenced by many cultures. We dove right in, blew calorie counting to the wind, and treated ourselves to a no holds barred gluttony of local specialties at Çulcuoğlu Et Lokantası. It was a set menu and started with a rich lentil soup served with wedge of lemon and thick slices fresh bread. A large plate with mixed salad, wonderful seasoned bulgar, thin Turkeys pizza, ...
... bazaar. No such luck! we ended up traveling along the hugh stone wall of their castle of years gone by. We then ended up finding one very expensive (we thought it was out of out budget..and the owner was unwilling to negotiate a first for us...but, an hour later..it began to seem like a good idea!!). leaving that Hotel t Down a narrow cobbled paTh that they claimed was a road...and I mean seriously narrow...so narRow that when Thomas ...