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... There are over 4000 stalls under a huge vaulted stone roof. There was clothing, shoes, leather jackets, jewellery, gold, porcelain, water smoking pipes plus much much more. We wandered about there for a couple of hours so that The Management could indulge in her favourite pastime. She had been honing her haggling skills on this trip but reached great heights in the bazaar - bagging quite a few bargains!! We had a delicious kebab lunch at a ...
... street for the bus station. Just then a man pulling a cart on wheels walked up the hill and looked me up and down. Immediately Chach stepped up in b/w us and started barking @ him. I was amazed. I wanted to bring him home with me. Honestly though, Chach doesn't need an owner, he doesn't need a house, he doesn't need a feeding schedule. He survives, he does what he wants, he eats, he drinks, he is just fine. He is living a free life and he is surviving and I ...
... of mud and so the head of the horse could have been used on these walls. Either way Troy 8 was Greek and the changes in the architecture plus sacrificial areas to the gods indicate this. The final cities of Troy were roman built in the time of the mighty Roman Empire and we can see the differences between the materials used: Romans used marble and limestone, the earlier cities were mud and sandstone. Also many typical roman buildings were here such as an outdoor theatre ...
... re ****** they’re not moving, and Mexico, where there are no road rules. There also doesn’t appear to be any rules against jaywalking. For the most part, traffic here appears to be slightly organized chaos.
Having mastered walking the sidewalk, ignoring the people speaking me in a language I can’t understand (with a friendly airheaded smile/look to as not to appear a completely horrible person) and maneuvering around cars, I ...
... original reason for going to Europe was to sing with the Youth Choir from Second Congregational Church in Greenwich, CT (the choir I grew up singing in) on their tour to Italy. It was only 6 days long, however (two of those days were travel days) so I decided that it was silly to spend all that money & time flying on an airplane all the way to Europe for just four days! So, I found an EF College Break tour that went to Turkey and Greece (two places that have always ...
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