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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... re supposed to be boarding. This seems to be a trend when we fly, planes always running late. We get on the plane late, and are pretty tired from waiting around and getting up early, so we crash out big time. We wake up just before take off and realise we are an hour behind schedule. This totally sucks as we’re meeting Bec and Dan (a close friend of mine and her husband) and now the time I told them we would meet them is totally wrong. We start smelling food and realise we ...
... and pick up our rental car. We will drive an hour to Chania (also spelled Hania), where will stay for 3 nights. We are very well stocked with Euros and have checked in with all of the places we have not yet pre-paid to ensure they will accept our credit cards. We are prepared to be flexible and have an adventure, yet have our fingers crossed that things will go smoothly. Update: We have finally arrived! What an adventure. Our hotel is ...
... We headed for the spice market because I wanted to buy saffron here. I learned that Turkish saffron is really just turmeric while the Iranian saffron is the saffron you want. Considering good saffron is about $16 for a ¼ gram, I was looking to buy over here. To get to the spice market, we wanted through the local market area. This is where people buy their clothes, underwear (from the window displays they like their women in racy underwear) ...
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... most people were on the verge of giving up on life. Perhaps the fact that we had paid for this kept people in their seats and, after surviving this ordeal, inspired everyone to give a round of applause when the whole thing was over.
Seeing an old friend in Stuttgart
While in Stuttgart we had the pleasure to meet up with my roommate from 2006, a Greek Cypriot named Pana who speaks at least three languages fluently and lives in Stuttgart with his ...