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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Laboring for an hour to develop a sauce or a special wine reduction is not the type of meal he would prefer. Eating his own homegrown lentils would be more pleasurable. Actually the company he dined with was far more important than the food he ate. This is a very troubling conclusion, skate and a finger-stirred martini with Lee Albright rather than Carlo Zarris' gnocchi with hazelnut sauce and perfectly aged Barolo wine? I ...
... salt! We spent two nights in a hotel with a pool!! I found a pharmacy and got some good cold and flu pills and had a sleep in while everyone else went hot air ballooning, perfect. We had a walking tour around the fairy chimneys - for two hours we were climbing dusty slopes and navigating our way Down steep hills with loose pebbles - high slip factor! Was so much fun and the fairy chimneys are great. They were formed by an eruption which then subsided and formed ...
... us not buying! It was interesting on the tour hearing just about every one had been ripped off by the tour companies. On couple had to pay 1,000 lira in the afternoon for tickets the thought were in the tour and another few had paid extra for tour groups of less than twelve our was about 30! Besides the tour pain Ephesus is amazing - you think you have seen it all with the library but then you see the amphitheatre on the way out - ...
... and then walked the access road lined with cooling shade of the pine trees and out the exit to run the gamut of lots of shop keepers.
Our next brief stop was to look at the ruins of Artemis Temple which really has only one column left and currently houses a stork’s nest on the top of it – the neatest I’ve ever seen - with 3 babies tho’ our guide said they are no longer babies. One of the parents was ...
... knew how to cook, I think the Turks one up'd them. The typical Turkish meal is served in 5 courses. First you start with mezes , which is what we call an appetizer. They bring out a tray with 20 options and you point to which ones you want , normally included in the meal price is 2 cold and 1 hot. Some of the food on the meze tray for example would include cheese, beets, hummus, salad, and for hot its a lot of eggplant, potato, seafood. After the ...