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Travel Blogs from Taormina
... washing machine back. We have been in port, just 3 short hours, and the machine has been constantly running.... with Marina almost singing, because she can now do laundry again. The last time we had shore power was in Hydra, on the 14th of September (9 days ago). Me? I have not been able to do my laundry for 3 days due to the over abundance of torrential rain storms. So I have been washing my stuff all day -- and it is now dry, and happily put away -- ready for ...
... us up here this morning...... "Claudio". Before getting out of his car at the bottom of the hill, I tipped him 20€, to return at 7:45p.m., and take us back to the Timeo for dinner. He agreed -- so hopefully may 20€ is not lost, but an insurance that we will have a chauffeured way up to the top of the mountain for dinner. At 7:45p.m., Claudio was waiting for us as we climbed out of the dinghy. This time I was adorned in foul weather gear over my evening attire. ...
The clocks moved forward one hour overnight, so our sleep-in was REALLY late - to 9:30 am. We had breakfast, then alternated 2-hour stints between reading in the room, and up on deck. That was really the extent of our day - and it was perfect. It was formal night, so after dressing in our finest, we returned to the molecular bar. We each had a different cocktail - again, delicious. Dinner was good, though not quite as outstanding as it ...
This is the final chapter finished, as far as the Ionian Crossing. By definition the "crossing" is just that -- from one piece of land to another. Once we got to the other piece of land -- which in this case, was Spartivento.... I broke the crossing off there... to let all know we are safe and maybe not quite so sound right now. But we still have not landed.... we had another 7 hours to go, before we could stop, ...
... who had magically appeared, roaming the streets, when the rain started, but eventually admitted defeat. They wanted 10 Euros for an umbrella but master negotiator Matt managed to talk them down to 5 Euros. Thusly equipped, we managed a short dash into the nearest open restaurant - which was an Irish pub, of all things! We had a beer and a coke, and waited out the last 20 minute until we were due to meet the group back at the bus. We headed back, very quickly giving in ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet