Into these pavilions he admitted the elect, and there, says Marco Polo, gave them to eat a certain herb, which transported them to Paradise, in the midst of ever-blooming shrubs, ever-ripe fruit, and ever-lovely virgins.
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Marco Polo’s most famous book was very successful in the days when each copy had to be scribed by hand.
She learned that Marco Polo Restaurant, near Chicken Street, had been turned into an interrogation center.