Aphrodisias (yeah, more ancient rocks)

We finally made it to Aphrodisias and had fantastic weather. Julius was not overly peachy but kept trodding along, looking for butterflies, cats and we even found a frog. That there is the probably best preserved and biggest stadium from ancient times did not impress him much.

This site is very well developed and very nice to explore, though quite some walking is involved. (I did not see any kid of Julius’ age among other groups) … They put some of the old columns back together and at least one of them looked like it could tumble again any second.

Check the pics and guess which one.

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