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... a lot of really impressive stuff has come out of Turkish soil). When you visit here, you're in the presence of wall frescoes from 6,000 BC, impeccably preserved gold jewelry from 3,000 BC, wooden furniture from the 8th century BCE - just to name a few items. One of my favorite rooms is the central room, which has an imposing collection of ancient stone sculpture, and the walls are lined all the way around with the famous monumental reliefs from Carchemish, excavated earlier ...
... was a British Airways 747 directly behind us. We had to laugh! Here were the two extremes at the airport both getting ready to depart: the smallest and the largest planes together. Needless to say I expeditiously completed the run-up and off we went. Our departure took us closer to downtown Kuwait City and indeed the skyline was more impressive that the suburb near the airport that was our only impression of the country. Still, everything was behind a sandy haze and ...
... we were shifted to another which just happens to be a suite.We
have learned this morning that the govt was considering closing down the Internet to foil protest organisers but have opted to slow down the net only so,as not to disrupt business. The general population seems to be carrying on with normal life
So if we don't post a blog it will be because the govt has closed the Internet.
... community of people living within the area of the Citadel. We hiked around the Citadel for a good two hours and decided to enjoy some culture at the Museum of Anatolia. Unfortunately, the main display was under construction, but we were able to still see some of the Anatolian artifacts on display in the smaller display room. We spent some time here and decided to grab some food at the large shopping complex in what is comparable ...
... could walk for food and were told that we couldn't walk because we would be attacked by wild dogs. While there are out there, it wasn't bad. We went to a Turkish restaurant for lunch and was greeted by a waiter that was so happy to have us there he gave us free traditional appetizers and desserts. For dinner we found our way to the student union and ate there. Now we're back at the hotel and classes start at 9:30 tomorrow! ...