Kavos Bay Seafront Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... were no demonstrations planned for today and so we would be able to drive right to the front door of our hotel instead of taking a different route, parking and walking (though he insisted if this was the case, he knew the safest route to take-don't know how comforting that really was). Our hotel is the King George, a far more luxurious hotel than we ever stay at but we got a decent deal from Amex and I knew its location and roof top views were amazing. The KG is located across the ...
... We decided to go on to hotel and ask for help. After a few wrong turns we find Elektra Palace Horel. They have upgraded us to superior suites with views of the Acropolis. It is lovely but Rick and I are miserable. The hotel thinks we should report the crime and gives us directions to the nearest police station. After we get there (15 min walk) we are directed to the fourth floor and sit patiently as the police bring in a ...
TO MENU TIS PAREAS: A nice economic option. It is advisable to ask for the dish of the day. What is included is in unlimited consumption but the whole group has to have it otherwise the offer cannot count. The offer is not valid in collaboration with other offers as well. Besides the dish of the day, the menu includes a Seasonal Salad, homemade Dolmades, Smoked Aubergine (politiki) salad, Small Shrimps lightly battered in corn flour, Mussels simmered ...
... craved finding some people I'd feel more comfortable around. I really shouldn't have worried at all because soon after meeting my host I could tell that'd I'd enjoy myself in Athens. After quickly dropping off my things at his place, we headed out for a walk into the centre for a little hidden exploration. I had the best guide I could have ever imagined. He took ...
... Crete port of Heraklion. We walked into town but not much on offer as it's Sunday and most of the shops were closed. Although we did come across one of those spa places where the fish eat your dead skin off your feet...okey dokey we thought so off came Alan's mine and Trish's shoes and into the fish bowl our feet went ...weird feeling but our feet came out so smooth and felt nice and refreshed....back on board to set sail again, this time for Santorini.