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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... my makeup done (I rarely let anyone touch my face). Mind you the convincing was all done in sign language lol. You could tell that Jenda was really enjoying watching me play....poor thing put off going potty cause he knew if he told me had to go I woulda walked out then and there with nothing in my hands...what a sweety. I felt a little like Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman...being doted on and Jenda the gentleman that he is...always carries my bags (my ...
When we went to Ephesus, we got the chance to sing in the famed amphitheater there. The amphitheater can seat around 2,000 people and has wonderful acoustics. We were able to sing almost all our songs, except for the Alma Mater. It was an amazing experience to be able to sing there. The acoustics helped us to hear what exactly our problems were. The song I felt that we were weakest on ...
... for the next bus to arrive, but we were distracted by the farmer's market across the street first. We ended up walking around for at least an hour. As usual, we bought cherries. This time they were only 2.5 TL ($0.58/lb) so we bought 2 kg (4.4 lb) and another kilogram of organic strawberries (out-of-this-world good). On the way home, we played backgammon on my ipod -- we're trying to come up with ways to kill time on the buses when we are not ...
... and started raiding Scott's backpack. He had chocolate covered pieces of mango and I was excited to try some but as soon as I started chewing the combo just didn't work and I promptly told Scott that it was ****. Next we opened his Baby Ruth and to me it looked similar to a Picnic. I wanted it to be like a Picnic and said so but was told it wasn't like one at all. I still tried it and was disappointed again! Scott's food sucked!
... public latrines, library, amphitheatre , brothels - the oldest business in the world etc. So much of it has been uncovered and is quite spectacular. Stay tuned for the photos - when I work out how to do it! What made it even better was that our guide, Mehmet, was a retired archaeologist who knew the history of every stone of every building and brought the place to life with ...