West Ada Inn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- 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 ...
... certain Gab was going up in a ball of flames but it didn't happen.
By the time we got to the wishing wall we'd oncovered Emerson's plan for divine intervention and got her to submit an alternate wish on the wall - that God and Jesus love her until her parents ever get her Baptised - A scared little 8 yo making the best case for ethics classes yet. Anyway, Max who has already been baptised asked that God help him win every console battle he ...
... and I were going to have to get some holy water to throw in their face to get them to stop bickering. Who fights on Mary’s sidewalk? Don’t they know that Jesus (and Santa Claus if you don’t believe in Jesus) can hear them?
A private mass was getting ready to begin outside of Mary’s home. One of the friars was setting up a table with a perfectly ironed and positioned table cloth draped over it. We watched ...
Slept in a little as Daisy hadn't been feeling the best and had a leisurely breakfast before heading back to Hieroplois and The Travertines again. I wanted to have a look at the Hieropolis ruins but I suggested to Daisy that she may prefer to have a swim in the Ancient Pool which is also in Hieropolis and is a pool with warm water from the hot springs and she thought that was a good suggestion. We drove up to ...
Selcuk is all about Ephesus: the nearby ruin of a once prestigious and sizeable Greek then Roman city. We arrived in the late afternoon so spent a little bit of time having a look at our first Turkish town. It was pretty similar to the Greek towns except that the signs were much easier to read; and the games played by men outside cafes were not only backgammon but also dominoes and something else with tiles that I did not recognise.