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... 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 ...
... finished back then because of some catastrophic thing. If it was completed it would have been the largest church in the land. After that we went to a Turkish rug making place. Ok, this gave me a "got a funny feeling about this" kind of feeling. Like, I was real suspicious. Sure enough it was all a guise to try and get us to buy some real expensive rugs. Don't get me wrong, the first 30min was very interesting and the rugs were the real deal, beautiful, the ...
... many cheap knock offs, Prada handbag, Rolex watch? Only problem is, you only have to touch something or look at it for 2 seconds & they won't leave you alone. I can't shop like that, need to shop in peace. I said to one guy "I'm just looking" he said, "that's okay I'm just selling". So didn't buy anything in ...
... ago than the pit toilet I found in the train station... yes, Mom. Just like the ones we tackled in Italian train stations... We were also impressed with the scale of the place- for that long ago, to have THAT much city... The city was mostly destroyed by an earthquake around 200 AD, then time and looters. There are some frescos that have survived, but we weren't able to see them up close today. It was a brain challenge to look at the tiny fragments of this once ...
... was the huge original marble roadways with provision for covered walkways alongside them. These porticos had shops which would be similar to today's shopping strips. Statues and water features could also be seen and many are still waiting to be reinstated. Much of the city as it is seen today is very much Roman with open air theatres, public toilets,open forum areas and bath houses. Much of the upper city was only open to the aristocracy ...