Century Resort Hotel & Villas
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... at the buffet. She is one of the singers on board, off for the night because of her migraine. We sat with a couple of talkative English from near the Welsh border. The main thing we learned was that the weight limit for BA flights to the US was 34 kg, but everywhere else it’s 20kg. This strengthens my fear that we will pay more for overweight baggage on the Aegean flight from ...
... was very good, and I got a salad with the local farmer’s cheese. I didn’t know what to expect but the cheese was melted with a crispy crust and just delicious. I’m thinking I could cut a small wheel into thin slices and crisp it up in a fry pan.
We headed back to the bus. The girl suggested we “hide under the tree” (from the rain) where we were intermingled with a bunch of MSC passengers. When they left there ...
... is up a 2 kilometre hill?
We headed back into Corfu Town, took pictures of the old fort, walked our bikes through the pedestrian shopping area and then down the road bordering the water. The Veranda restaurant appealed to us and we had our perfect Greek lunch of Greek salad, calamari, Filo wrapped feta cheese with honey and sesame seeds, Mythos beer and retsina. Free WiFi meant that we could chat with James as he was still up in the middle of ...
We arrived in Corfu in quite heavy rain. We had organized a hire car for €43 which was very reasonable, and decided we would continue on with our plans. We drove to Paleokastritsa Bay which would have been beautiful on a nice day with a very rugged coastline and beaches. There was a monastery that we walked to with raincoats and umbrellas and viewed the inside of the church. Greek churches have flat ceilings and are decorated ...
... we were back on the bus to continue up the mountain side of Lakones with more stunning views of Paleokastritsa. The next stop was a traditional village of Makrades where we went to a charming taverna and had a traditional Greek appetiser - meze and local wine. The taverna's interior was decorated with traditional 18th & 19th century agricultural tools and an intriguing old olive press. Afterwards we had free time to explore the village. There were ...