Ocean's 7 Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... my attention. It's one of the double-edged swords about the intensity of travelling as a family - we share such amazing experiences and memories, have such wonderful conversations and quality time, but the absence of any personal space (I'm always holding 2 hands, or hosting someone on my lap), or time to just wander and be in my own thoughts is exhausting for me. Ben is fabulous about trying to accommodate this whenever he can ...
It was another noisy night We set off to find out what the festival was all about, but we were too early, they were still clearing up from the night before. The banners over the road seemed to indicate that it is a fish festival. We walked further up the main street of the Turkish shopping area. Les is on the look out for a nut and washer shop. We came across what looked like a good bet and made a mental note of where it was, as we didn't't have the ...
... bright white rice, and biscuits. Ovum and yoghurt are fantastic causes of protein and i think needs to be integrated as an element of a healthy diet plan. I'm delighted great fats are back fashion once more. Avocados and walnuts reign supreme, and are the most useful 'fast food' eat the run. My slogan is refreshing is advisable and moderation is key. Remember to remark or like my post if a number of the issues i suggest ring correct for you personally as well. I occasionally hear ...
... start helping them with their English as well as becoming a sister-like figure to them. (With the exception of listening to their Justin Beiber songs) They are full of life and I cannot wait to see what is in store for us. Tomorrow brings another day in paradise except for the fact I have to spend time getting the stuff I forgot from home. Because, who in their right mind can remember everything when traveling to a foreign country for three ...
We journeyed to the bazaar section today. We caught the tram to the old town then wandered around until we found the Spice Bazaar, or Egyptian Bazaar as its also known. It wasn't very big but the contents were quite impressive, huge buckets of different spices, teas and sweets. Oddly enough, it didn't really seem to smell of anything but it looked very nice. Outside the main building there were more stalls selling lokum, deli meats and cheeses. We kept walking around, ...