La Quinta Inn & Suites University Drive South
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... in this area. We disembarked from new facilities and everything went smoothly. We have just come in from taking photos of Krongborg castle as we passed between Denmark and Sweden. Maureen has just been looking through the curtains at a lighthouse "going by". It was great to catch up with Les and Jan, who arrived yesterday after flights of some 28 hours. Tomorrow we will wake in ...
... open for business. She then took her place behind the counter. Joan headed directly for the souvenir section and eventually decided on the only thing that was small and suitable....an oval fridge magnet with Sarasota on it in big letters. She wanted to get one for each lady on the team, a total of 24, so we motioned to the old lady behind the till. She came over and, assuming that someone so old must be the owner, Joan asked if she could get a discount if ...
... the toys you want... A tender, jet-ski's etc. Ellen made us the most lovely dinner. Garlic, ginger and chilli prawns and avocado on baby-leaf spinach for starters and roast beef with veggies and baby potatoes for main. It was delicious!!! Felt so spoilt. We had a lovely evening and they have put me in touch with a few people to apply for work. Things are slowly but surely starting to happen, I feel a lot more ...
... themselves were quite average with nothing really standing out. Nothing was bad, either. The food, however, was very good (and the prices reflected that).
The one thing that this brewery had that we haven't seen before is the serving vessels. At least we didn't know what we were looking at if other ...
... to live there, and the Turks do not make a lot of money, but I have not seen any beggars. I have always felt safe, even late at night, walking the streets.
Turkey is an old country, with thousands of years of history, but is moving towards the 21st century in a hurry. There is construction everywhere, whole neighborhoods are being demolished to rebuild new homes that are earthquake proof. Infrastructure is ...