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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Pets allowed
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... and Brits. The staff here at the hotels say we're the first Canadians they've ever met here. Weird. Heading to Fethiye today. Credit card problem at checkout uses the rest of our cash almost. A dash to the bus to catch the next greyhound. Could take a smaller bus for half price but when 60,000lbs meets 20,000lbs the $20 difference becomes travel insurance. Not to mention ...
... Bit of tension in the air. The Kommondant is hovering. Ivan says his opposite number at the Swedes table is still furious about losing round one of what we are now calling 'The Cheese War'. So, all three tables agree to have the cheese platter. Ivan produces his usual tasteful arrangement of selected cheeses (nice Cambazola added tonight), dried fruit, walnuts for his two tables. The Swedes get individual plates piled high with what must be every cheese in the kitchen. Wish I ...
... next to mine "Oui, Robi... Mercer beaucoup for ALL... next year!",Jacques' glass joined ours, "CHINK-CHINK-CHINK" enjoying our last drinks together to the very last drop! Last top-side sleep was as beautiful as the first night. Blessings to all from me who can not stop reflecting and counting her blessings daily. I am so very grateful that I can enjoy myself with this way of life!!!! Bon Nuit mon Milena!!!! xoxoxoxoxox ...
... amazed me, with its dramatic, sometimes rugged earth, plunging into the sea. Well, what do you know about that? I spy an early morning slalom skier............ ahhhhhh... the memories of starting my day skiing!! :-). Before long we were in a "holding pattern", for Yacht Marina Marmaris waiting for our spot to be cleared, and our request for entry granted. Dropping our anchor again and waiting for about an hour did not seem too unreasonable. It is much prettier out here in ...
... can not get that close to a submarine, military or otherwise. Before we knew it, we were back in the Marmaris area, at the far Western end of Pupa bay. This would be my last anchorage for this year... so I already felt the tears roll down my cheeks for a little bit of sadness, and an over abundance of gratefulness. How blessed I am to be able to truly enjoy this beautiful boat, and all the adventures she shares with me each year. Like Jacques and Marina .. this ...