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... in the old town and all aboard me hearties for a 2 & 1/2 hour cruise along the coast with the tower cliffs above. Very cool. It was one of our ladies birthdays and the most delicious cake arrived and we all indulged. Cem decreed it was too cold to swim so it was back for a stroll around the old town, lunch and now 3:30 and about to go hang at the hotel pool. Sorry to bore you with hotel pictures but this is rather ...
I came across this science test yesterday. I scored 11 out of the 12 questions (I always was a B grade student). I hope you can access the link. See if you get all 12 correct:
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Got up at 6:00 and headed for a quick breakfast of coffee and half a bagel with cheese. That should hold me over till breakfast on the plane which departs at 8:55 am. We arrived in Istanbul at 9:45 with 20 minutes to spare. Headed for the International departures and CIP Lounge (Business class) which ...
Following a wonderful supper at Talya Balik for a sun set meal with Turkish wine. Francois was feeling a little groggy so we decided to skip playing tennis and decided to relax in the lobby while we digested our late breakfast. We also did not want to drive to the beach which was a nice offer from Pierre, who was also feeling ill with a bad cold. In turkey we do not say SICK as it is a very bad word in Turkish. At around 11:00 we decided to head for the pool and found a nice ...
... of it when we took a day trip to Chania Rethymno, about a two-hour drive from the port.
We had a great guide who was very knowledgeable about Crete and Greece. She told us about the history of Crete, which has been occupied by many civilizations beginning with the Minoans and ending with the Nazis during World War II. We were not aware of this violent part of Crete’s history when the Nazis slaughtered entire villages ...