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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... were not feeling well so it wasn't our best. "Yerakina" was not as well performed as usual because we didn't have the words and I know that for me that made it difficult to sing properly. "The Heart's Cry" was beautiful, as well as "Dry Bones," but we all seemed out of it in general during our concert. I enjoyed singing in the amphitheater, however, I wish we had been more mentally and physically prepared. It was a very rare and spectacular opportunity and I am glad we recorded it ...
... each April 25th), the War Museum, Lone Pine Cemetery (including signing the guest book), walked through the trenches and tunnels, passed Courtney's Post, the Turkish Memorial (of the 57th infant regiment), the Nek Cemetery, Baby 700 Cemetery and the Chunuk-Bair (New Zealand) Memorial.
The whole place is so powerful, with me only previously me moved so much by the 9/11 Memorial in New York. But I felt an obvious connection to this place, as Australians had such a big part of this ...
... pretty happy to get the heck out of the city for the afternoon! Nikos delivered us safely to Costa which is the small mainland village with boat service to Spetses just 2 km from the mainland. One of the traditional boats "kaiki" was loading up passengers so we hopped on and were on our way. We arrived in the small harbor of Spetses with way too much luggage to haul on the 5 minute walk to the house. We knew my mom was expecting us ...
... into dorm rooms, I was in Room 6 which we later christened Room G with Maxine, Joel and Scott, we got changed into swimmers and hung by the pool chatting.
Dinner was served before we had time to swim so we ate and then jumped in and it was FREEZING! I immediately got out and sat by the fire warming up with a beer. The hostel staff rang the bell at 9pm to signal that it was for happy hour and everyone ordered their cocktails. I got ...
... flat rooftops just below us are covered with laundry and satellite dishes.
Izmir is Turkey's 3rd largest city and a major shipping and tourist port. Tourists ships pause here for the same reason we do- the magnificent ruins of ancient Ephesus is a 2 hour drive south. We're on our own this afternoon and need some lunch. Our hotel is just blocks from the walkway along the shore - what we call the Embarcadero in San Francisco. There are piers for the water taxi's which ...