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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... beat the crowds at Ephesus, the largest Roman city outside of Rome. Home to 250,000 people. I was here 8 years ago and I do believe we saw so much more today. It was a cool 13 degrees and I needed my cardie which is a constant travel companion. We had a good few hours to explore and then onto a beautiful lamb leather factory. Thankfully I do not need a coat or jacket We have just been to Mama's house for the most delicious buffet all home prepared. ...
... lime gelati is seriously delicious and the wifi is free. Photo tips from a number of our group help me capture the glorious colours in the sky, the brightly lit cafes, the iconic fishing boats and the reflections on the water. One sets me up with his tripod, another shows me how to adjust my settings for low level light.
I have certainly struck it lucky with this group on this cruise, although there are still about half who we haven't met. An older contingent ...
... help boost his sex life was a real character!
With no money left and little time before we set sail we headed back to get ready for dinner which turned out to be the best lamb shanks ever! (Chris had steak).
We spent the evening strolling on the promenade, listening to the pianist and waltzing to the sextet as we sailed towards Mykonos. ...
Someone asked if something like the recent Carnival ship power incident could occur again. Captain said the Norwegian ships are like Mercedez, where the Carnival ships are like Fiats - that won't happen here. You get what you pay for!
Each Azipod propellor can turn 360 degrees. Ship had no rudder. Turning controlled by propellers only, except when in port and can use thrusters located in front of ship. ...
Today we visited the ancient Roman city of Ephesus. Our tour guide said it was founded around 4th century BC which means it is very old. It had a lot of large marble and stone buildings, a big library and a large theater. I met some Indian ...