West Ada Inn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... We had a dip and bread entree waiting for us when we walked in and for mains, well, the plate consisted of 6 x french fries, a spoon full of rice and a truck load of meat (beef patties, lamb chop and chicken breast)......pretty average stuff. I miss Istanbul! Oh - as we were all waiting out the front of the hotel ready to jump on the bus for our trip to the restaurant for dinner, Alex and Judy-Ann (my friends from Istanbul) surprised me with a big hug.....small ...
I felt proud for getting the kids into bed by 9:30 last night but that still wasn't enough, I Had to drag Emerson from her oillow at 7:30 this morning. We entered Kusadasi early so had time for a Turksih tea before kicking off our tour. We met up with our guide and driver in a huge 15 seater just for the four of us, the kids loved the sprawling space :)
We headed straight to the House of the Virgin Mary, passing the Adapark (Wet 'n Wild) where we had ...
... blonde, Austrian females (the dig was being funded by Austria). It was pretty informative, but I learned something new. Apparently flirting with someone in 90 degree heat when they've been digging for several hours in the sun while trying to concentrate on handling several thousand year old artifacts IS NOT the best pickup technique. We live and learn... In town there are the ruins of the Basillica of St John, where ...
... 8217;s 5 least favourite trees; if you can guess dad’s 5 least favourite trees you get a prize). The place was a peaceful little retreat. We wanted to take it easy whilst still being able to sight-see. Dad often exclaims ' I am not a tourist” (he backs up this statement with the 2000 photos he has taken on this trip alone) so we wanted to be the least “touristy” as possible. The ...
... used as paving. A very grand passageway, columns line the street which had statues of persons of significance – such as athletes, doctors and politicians. We find a street sign – a footprint has been carved into the marble, with a woman’s head next to it – apparently pointing to the address where the world’s oldest profession was conducted.
No street sign is required for the most significant site in Ephesus – the Grand ...