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... California, along the San Andreas fault.
Our one and only tour on this voyage is to Ephesus. Another bucket list item and we can’t wait. In the Nautica lounge we waited for our tour to be called. Ephesus and the Terrace Houses tour. BINGO! We’re off. Bus 17, the whole gang except MS Liz. She has been to Ephesus and decided to do some local shopping instead. We piled into the bus, sat in the front and hung on our ...
... up in a strange way.
The salesman at the ceramics store offered us a better deal if we paid with American currency rather than using our credit cards. Joyce handed over a $5 bill. The man examined it carefully and read the name of the President. "Lincoln," he said. "Was he Jewish? His name is Abraham, and that's a Jewish name."
I explained that none of the U.S. presidents have been Jewish. I said Lincoln was the one who ...
... The Great Theatre was an
awesome sight as it once seated 25,000 people and looks out over the
valley below which used to be the port before the sea retreated to
Austrian Archaeological mob are funding the restoration of the
theatre and other Universities and organisations are working in other
areas of the site. There
are large areas covered with huge
chunks of carved
and engraved marble
from assorted buildings, just ...
... leads you into the State Agora - a huge area where the great and god of the city would gather and do business. Today, the pillars and monumental stonework is largely all gone but you still get a sense of how impressively massive the place must have looked - and Ephesus just keeps getting better… we walked along the magnificent main street which was lined by marble columns and our guide spoke to us - at quite some length - about the history and ...
... a family. The cool part is the restaurant was in a giant tent. When we first walked in I saw a lady sitting on the ground with her little table and rolling pin and she was baking what Oscar told us are "pancakes" in their country with the choice of potatoes, cheese, spinach, meat, and/or onions. The tables that we sat at was like a huge lounge area that were low to the ground. It was pretty neat and also different. Plus a bonus, the ...