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... to see whether he is still in Kusadasi, which is only 20km or so from Selcuk. Indeed he and Margaret are still at their apartment and Beemer Mick is also there!
Serial readers will know my good friend Mick as he accompanied me on the previous tour to Romania earlier this year (see blog Euro Bimble 2014).
And so I take off for Kusadasi and spend a ...
... heat. We then head to a small Roman themed lunch which we get to dress up in togas which was a bit of fun, after our lunch we watched a short show of Cleopatra coming out and then the warriors fighting, we cheered and gave the thumbs up meaning not to kill the weaker warrior. Back on the bus to visit a turkey carpet making demonstration. We arrived and our host stepped us through the making of these hand made carpets that take years to ...
... Theatre and Hadrian's Temple (combination of Greek and Roman architecture and decoration) across from which are terrace houses currently being restored. One major edifice was a tall though not two story mausoleum cum library (The Celsus library). Beside this our Guide thought the synagogue might have been (though not yet uncovered) where Paul preached... evidenced within the marble by ...
... some local wine or raki... Equivalent to the local ouzo. Hmmm tasted rather watery, the alcohol must have been to soften us up for the hard sell ... Things deteriorated after this all these men flicking our carpets before attempting to convince us to buy. I did ask why the men were here doing the easy job while the women doing the backbreaking monotonous work ... Hmm didn't get much more than a smile at that comment. Before long we all sitting in ...
Walking further along Curetes Street, we passed by the Temple of Hadrian, Trajan's Fountain, and Hercules Gate. The Temple of Hadrian had some very nice examples of the frescoe engravings that seem to have been quite popular in days of old. Trajan's Fountain was all washed, I mean dried, up. Hercules Gate was interesting because it was only about three feet wide -- compared to the rest of the street that was at least three ...