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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
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We write an entry every day. But because of sporadic internet coverage it might not appear in a timely fashion. You may see no new postings for a day or two. But then blogs for 2 or 3 days may appear at one time. Today is a sea day. We are somewhere between Crete and Israel. The closest land is probably Cyprus. Tomorrow we dock in Ashdod, Israel. We met with Israeli immigration officials this morning and have been cleared to enter their country. We have no tour planned for ...
As I sit on the plane reflecting last 2 weeks. It has been memorable. Loved having first week to ourselves. Loved being with all Mick 's family and getting to know Sadie's family. 2 weeks had everything. Laughter, tears, humongous row, sun,too much food, fantastic company , my fave restaurant, great hotel and a wedding to remember. Even on flight home with the 2 small children whose parents have absolutely no ...
... was shown and the sign of 'boarding'. I finished my coffee and headed off to the shuttle.
Despite the sign in the lounge, boarding had not commenced by the time I reached the gate. But I only had to wait for a few minutes before priority boarders were called. I was on first and everybody boarded quite quickly so the door was closed 5 minutes early and we were away on time.
In terms of comfort, BA's club Europe is not a patch on Turkish ...
Then visited the Tomb of the Kings - no Kings buried there.
... colonizers established themselves here. The settlement also prospered under the Ptolemies and Romans. A pre-Christian cult of Apollo was active among the inhabitants of Kourion in Roman times, as evidenced by the nearby Sanctuary of Apollon Ylatis and, despite the disastrous earthquakes in the region, an early Christian basilica was built in the 5th century, testifying to the ongoing influence of Christianity on Kourion by this time.”