Gabaklar Bungalow & Pansiyon
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... They just seemed depressed and unhappy, which put the adults in a more wary state of mind. We constantly shushed our loud children, fearing we'd be perceived as obnoxious Americans. We walked around the town, noting that there were dozens of stray cats wandering freely. This would prove to be the norm throughout Turkey and Greece. We found a cute store that sold all local products: almonds, honeycomb, figs, olive oil soap, olives, thyme, ...
... of our current repertoire:
- Turkish and Greek songs: Uskudar, Yerakina, Entarisi ala Benziyor, Dance of Zalongo, Turkish March for Voices
- American songs: Sing Me to Heaven, The Heart’s Cry, Long Time Ago, The Best of All, Dry Bones
... the original tiling has been uncovered and restored. After exiting the Terrace Houses, stopped at the Celsius Library. It was built by the new Roman Governor of Asia, who was also a writer. He didn't live to see the finished structure, which became the third largest in the world after the libraries at Alexandria and Pergamum. The statues in front of the Celsius Library represent wisdom, modern sciences, knowledge and curiosity. One statue depicts ...
... almost every other place we've visited, Mykonos and Toulon excluded. I can understand why this side of the pond considers our interstate system a Modern Wonder of the World.
As I write this in the late evening, we are having a storm at sea that has slowed our satellite for internet, so I can't post this until after returning from Athens, but the storm has been fun to watch from our balcony (until the lightning got too close, and then we closed the curtains and hid inside. :-) ) Night. ...
... 498 BC), an event that instigated the Greco-Persian wars. They allied with Athens and Sparta to defeat the Persians and formed the Delian League, a precursor to modern war alliances.
One also got a good sense of the geographic significance of Ephesus in those times. Located next to the Aegean sea with the Harbor Road directly linking the city's glitzy main drag to the outside world, it served as the West end of the Silk Road from the Far East.