PortoBello Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to go. Then no work and no tourists! Having arrived back at our hotel after three hours on the quad bike,having explored everything that could be explored and only just able to walk, nursing sore backsides and sore hips, we made a decision to hit the bar! Wine is a wonderful anaesthetic. Eventually, sufficiently recovered, we set off for a final short exploration on the bike ensuring that tomorrow we might still be able to ...
... and clumsy behavior. In addition to Catherine's long-standing eye blepharitis, my acute muscle spasms and group seasickness: Alice slept strangely and had a sore neck for several days, Sam clonked his head on a low hanging door frame, causing him to stumble and land his hand in a stray cat water bowl, Bret discovered a 2 inch diameter bruise on his thigh of unknown origin, and Annie rolled her ankle on the way home from our evening out in Bodrum, and wore a brace ...
... again. All the weight I lost walking my way around Paris, Barcelona, Venice and Rome has surely been regained now. The waiter then offered us a digestive salt, which we had no idea what it was. He insisted we try it, so we eventually agreed, it was on the house after all. A few minutes later two shot glasses arrive, and I foolishly asked it there was alcohol in it. For some reason I understood digestive salt to be a fancy form of mylanta (yes I am naiive). ...
... but the ferry was rocking all over the place and I wasn't moving. After three and a half hours Simos informed us that we were coming into Mykonos. He said be ready to get off quickly because they don't muck around after docking as they are off to Santorini and my mad photo taking husband was no where to be seen. Marjorie and Richard said they would head to the exit and send Stuart back to me. Well, 10 minutes later and still no Stuart and one of ...
... the sea on the other side of the island, so we crossed over some large hills and drove along the waters edge and reached this town. We had a bit of time to explore here as well, so i walked along the beach, explored the town, got a gelato and wandered around some more. We then went to see this giant statue of dionosysis, still lying where it was carved in a quarry. After a few pictures of this we got back on the coach and used the north coast road to get back to ...