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... share. We went back to the room, enjoyed a light lunch and once again I took a nice long nap.
We spent a great deal of time this morning trying to decide where we wanted to eat our last night out for dinner. My treat.
We went down to reception for her to make a reservation, and our choice was totally booked. The place was called La Palmyre. We were really ...
... planning a little surprise for the kids with our next trip
prior to Grandad coming in the April school holidays.
Off for a quick trip with Tony driving
to Odysseum to buy some new shoes for Toni and do a few more groceries for
taking away to Paris Euro Disney for Corban’s birthday weekend.
Skyped Auntie Sharron from Nelson, New
Zealand which was great – kids very chatty and off to bed for a good sleep
before the trip in the TGV to Paris on Friday night.
8 October - Kusadasi (Turkey) Kusadasi means "Bird Island" and is an interesting city in the Aegean Sea. The small fishing village has now grown into a large town for tourists to visit the beaches and the Ephesus, credited with being colonized by the lonians in the 10th century BC. Passengers were welcomed at the port by a traditional Turkish dance troupe. The first stop was at the house of the Virgin Mary and rumored meeting place of the historic Council of ...
... times at lookouts - it was overcast but still pretty. We were hoping to visit the Trophie Des Alpes - a monument built by Julius Caesar after he conquered the tribes in the region. By the time we got there, it was closed. We could still see the monument from the outside, couldn’t visit it. The kids were passed out and Carissa was worried about the drive back, so we headed back. I would be remiss if I didn’t mention our host at the Chambre ...
... name of one and were able to look it up to see who owned it), we are talking Iike 200-300ft yachts. We walked around the casino, snapped some pics of course and then decided to go explore the rest of town. So we scootered through most of the different quartiers and eventually up to one of the highest points in the country to get another good view. We then headed east a little bit and then doubled back as we're starting to get hungry. The road that we had first taken ...