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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... goes around feeding the cats. all of them. he also used his other 30 words of english to let us know that the cats all have an operation so that "today 100 cats, tomorrow 100 cats". we did see one with a suspiciously round belly that makes me think they may be up to 106 sooner than he likes. and once again, we took a short cut home. it was lovely = walking through olive groves, looking up at the big lumps of, um, lumpiness complete with caves and canyons and ...
... and one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Dennis and I walked past it on our way to Ephesus. Today, nothing remains but a single reconstructed pillar standing alone in an overgrown field.
Fortunately, Ephesus is in much better condition. Dennis and I spent the morning exploring and climbing the myriad excavated ruins. Many more of the city's ruins are in the process of excavation--we observed a group of college-aged young ...
... Adjuster which was delicious, but potent.
We played a round of Killer Pool, which was similar to Kelly Pool but actually quite different and then I started up a round of the finger game with Maxine and Joel. Quickly a few others started joining in and I was being sneaky calling my number when no one was paying attention and winning. Joel caught on and I ended up losing a round much to everyones satisfaction! Maxine suggested we add ...
2nd day of boat cruise . Stopped at Izmir which we have seen on the bus trip so really just went in to look at shops. Spending rest of afternoon around the pool, I know it's tough but someone has to do it. The city is enormous and for all the girls reading the shoes are amazing and on,y $20 -$25 --Aussie dollars and no not buying any no room in ...
... he was intent on opening a hospital to treat his fellow man. Of course, only those who were rich enough can afford that level of health care, nothing has changed in 3,000 years. They had a front room which they used as a triage, where the doctors decided who can get treatment and who can’t. Those that they couldn’t cure would be sent home to die and those who could be were then admitted. This selection process ensured that there are no long ...