PortoBello Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... on board the fast jet ferry to Athens or Piraeus Port and had been told the trip would take five hours. Five hours has come and gone and we are still tossing our way across the sea and will be for another 2 1/2 hours apparently. Its turned into a bit of epic journey and although its more comfortable than a plane its still a very long time to be sitting around and we won't be climbing into bed before 11.30 tonight. Its quite a rough ride at the moment as the ...
... On the way we grabbed an ice cold corona, the hair of the dog as they say! It was so good I'm not going to lie. As we wondered around every corner was picturesque. We found the shop where the guy had given us the water but he wasn't in so we waited until we could thank him properly in person. We saw the Mykonos windmills, discovered gorgeous little bars and restaurants, all sorts of shops and many stray cats. I was very surprised at the amount of stray ...
Wind mills are the real story here. Yes there are charming streets meandering through the white washed walls and blue doors, but by noon, it is a sea of Humanity. And of curse we had our BIG anniversary party this evening with appetizers on the deck an entertainment by Eli ! Lobster Thermidor and Fillet Mignon on the menu. But dessert: Baked ...
... Sea. After a few hours on the beach we ventured up to the hotel (which overlooks the beach) and enjoyed a classic Greek snack; a bottle of Mythos beer and Doritos (Excellent)!
As we began our long walk back to the harbor, we stopped at the Marco Polo Taverna for taste of Greek food. The food (Greek salad and gyros) was very good, but Mark had to move to accommodate ...
... as when we first walked in lots streets littered with empty spirit glasses and beer bottles. Some of the shops didn't open till late guess they had hard nights as they probably need tourists for income. Amazed at lot of our fellow passengers, one lady today who looked ordinary was buying an 8000 dollar necklace and her husband on walker, shop assistant virtually carried him up steps to have a look and he said yes! My tea towel souvenirs looked bit ...