Surtel Hotel Kusadasi
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... name of the place. A carpet store. They’re going to serve us snacks at a carpet store? Oh yes, complete with a “floor show” (sorry)! Bad pun. We learned how the silk is spun into thread. We saw a woman sitting VERY low to the ground tying the double knots as she weaves the threads into a design pattern revealing a unique Turkish Carpet. I think we’re in for a sales pitch! You have NO IDEA! The show was ...
... to withstand the large domes. The actual burial site where St. John would have been is now empty as it is believed his remains were removed for safe keeping.
Next we were shuttled to a building for a traditional Turkish lunch. It actually was quite enjoyable and my favorite was the spicy meatballs.
5th stop---Carpet Demonstrations
Finally, we were taken to ...
... was time for a leather fashion show in a complex with eight large showrooms and glitzy stages in small theatres. Usual greeting with teas and wine followed by hard selling once you touched a garment. The models (suspect showroom staff) looked bored as they strutted their stuff for the umpteenth time today. Oh how this group can shop. Nice lunch in a highway family cafe with good home cooking. A drive up the mountain took us to St May's Cottage. ...
... got to hold hands with the man himself - or at least with his statue. We also met Sandy, an expat NZer who has lived on Samos for 24 years - she seemed very happy to meet us and have a chat. Our itinerary was changed slightly for our overnight trip, due to high winds that were buffeting the coast while we were in Pythagorea. The sea sick pill we took to help provide a comfortable night ensured we had a very restful sleep and barely noticed the boat was surging through rough ...
... population. However, in our research we found that there is no differentiation between the two and both are essentially used as sacred music within the Islamic faith. The focus, therefore, for our presentation was not the difference between the two labels, but instead the progression of traditional Islamic Music into the modern era where it has begun to synthesize with contemporary, secular and Western music.