I did not know what to expect, but the thought of 2000 year old buildings, for an American is something. For most locals it is probably nothing remarkable. It was a little difficult to find, and we parked in front of the bath house (0.50 pounds). The tourist building is built above the baths and there are a set of interesting displays and pre-recorded audio and video. The video was a bit childish, but the audio was reasonable. It is a very easy indoor, air conditioned walk of maybe 100 meters around the pool area. The lighting for the pool surface was very creative.
The amphitheater was about a 300m walk away and is really just a pit of stones in a big open field. It was the only one ive seen personally, so the realization that it seated up to 6000 people, and that a lot of people died in that pit, was startling. For a 1500 year old ruin or so, it was remarkable, though both the bath house and the amphitheater only took about 90 minutes... its a diversion, not a destination for a day.
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