Day Seven: Hattusa and Amasya

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6 Responses

  1. chlost says:

    Amasya looks wonderfully ancient, modern and ethnic all in one. I want to go to Turkey! Take me with you the next time you visit. I may not be able to keep up with you on those stairs, or running up and down the hills, but I might be able to make a palace out of the fix ‘er upper. A few more rocks could do wonders for the place.

  2. You’re posting about three times a day, aren’t you? Because I swear I am off the computer for one day and when I get back there are three posts to catch up on.

    My favorite is you and your statue twin.

  3. Meg says:

    I am so glad I read this in the morning so the memory of empty eye sockets will have faded before bedtime! I am enthralled with the ancient-ness you are experiencing. Way, way cool.

  4. kmkat says:

    This is my favorite post from Turkey. Why? I think it was the lion’s gate; I imagine myself strolling around the Turkish rocks and hills, coming around a corner, and confronting these lions carved into huge rocks. It sends a shiver up my spine.

    Also, your HIttite pose opens up whole new vistas for your future career(s).

  5. lime says:

    wow, those nighttime pics are gorgeous. and i must say you cut the most dashing hittite figure yourself.

  6. Oh–those lights on the side of the cliffs at night–so so so terrific!

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