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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... but I've seen enough 'antiquity'...I just wanted to hang out in town here. It's a beautiful sunny,warm day - and shops open despite it being Easter Sunday. And the open air cafes are festive with music and lots of Internet access.
A few pics...a brief look at this lovely place.Tomorrow ..onto Messina, ...
... along the sea front through the local town. The road is covered in grit and pebbles probably from the recent storms, there are some very nice looking houses along here, we passed a lady who chatted to us in Greek, we didn't understand and she didn't speak any English. By the time we returned it was getting dark, we had tea and researched different ferry options, but didn't make a decision about which port to sail ...
... other end of Ithaca from Vathi. I felt very nostalgic as we drove through places I have been before with my brother Nick and sister Janina. I felt quite emotional as we have had some wonderful family times here. I was hoping Marky would like it as much as I do. He said it was beautiful. We had to stop on the road for some goats who were munching away on grasses at the side of the road. Ithaca is ...
... the wife of Zeus.
The nest photo is the the Nymphaion, built by Herodes Atticus in the second century AD. Originally the place where nymphs of water springs were worshiped, was a major supplier of water.
We then move into the Stadium, first built in the seventh century BC.The level running track is 200 metres long, still the basis for today's running events. It was relocated to this site around 470 BC.
Our last major ruin ins the temple of Zeus, a ...
At 8.30am on the morning of the 9th August, we left Big Vathi, on Ithaka Island, but first we had to wait until the yacht next to us had left as there was a good chance that he had crossed over our anchor when he arrived the evening before. The winds were quite strong and everyone was finding it a bit tricky to moor up with such strong crosswinds. All was in fact ok, no crossed anchors.
So we set off with full sails up and we were off to Kastos Island. ...