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... We loved seeing the alleyways and gorgeous stonework of all the buildings.
Can I Live Here?!
Next, Oscar took us to the small town of Çeşme, also on the coast of the Aegean. We took a nice, long stroll alongside the marina, taking a ridiculous amount of pictures. I mean, talk about gorgeous! Basically, picture the most romantic seaside town you can imagine and that's Çeşme. We came right around sunset, so we ...
... 8211; silt coming in huge quantities off the hills – and this contributed to the present site being abandoned, along with earthquakes and persecution by the invading Turks in the 12th century. The buildings were surrounded by silt to a depth of up to 2m, they were always there so weren’t exactly ‘discovered’, more like investigated to see what was at the bottom of these columns etc sticking out of the ground.
... language barriers, a mixture of a social setting, summer and alcohol provided enough social lubrication. It was truly fascinating and enjoyable speaking to young Turkish people and discussing the ways in which we live, grow up etc. It was interesting to hear how many faced similar and somewhat restricted expectations from parents regarding jobs, marriage etc. and comparing that to Australian youth who go out, slut about, abort foetuses willy-nilly, ...
... 325 Euro. They had advertised to get us inside and there was no 75 Lira or 75 Euro real leather jacket to be had. The guy used his lighter to show the jacket was real. Kamie used his lighter, to make sure. We needed to bargain if we were going to get this jacket. I had watched an American couple purchase gold, diamond & sapphire earrings for far less than half the advertised price. I had watched another lady purchase a bag for the price SHE stated. I tried ...
... known that besides their judicial function, basilicas were also used for commercial purposed such as the daily affairs of businessmen and bankers. The Roman poet Martial relates that in their daily lives the Romans used the agora from morning till noon (3 to 5 hours according to a Roman sundial). He goes on to say that, because of the large number of cases, lawyers became hoarse, that the number of lawyers was not enough to handle all the cases and for this reason it ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking