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Waking up at a leisurely hour of 9, Parker and I start our day. Coffee and breakfast up on the top patio over looking the small harbor of Hydra. Once again it's windy but a beautiful view- we have to be out of our room by Noon. We ended up taking an earlier boat to Athens, very rough water by somehow we make it to the ...
... restaurant tucked in amongst the cliff side rocks with thatched top umbrellas. People are sunning themselves on the rocks nearby. It looks a glorious place to have a holiday.
Back to the boat and find a huge buffet set up and the dining room all laid out with tablecloths and cutlery. A and I are shown to a table we share with two Argentinian ladies and have the most delicious lunch. There is a guy playing an electric piano and singing as we ...
... feet to say it the truly European way.
The next day brought us more eating at tavernas and swimming. We met and shared our rocks with a very nice German family while there. Although it was not an eventful trip, it was glorious to be away from the hustle and bustle of Athens, to breathe fresh, clean air, and to spend a lot of quality time with my fellow fellows while also meeting ...
... Fix, and another called B29. Both are brewed in Athens. Last night I had a beer also from Athens, that was called Craft Brew. All are really nice lager style beers.
So we are walking the port looking at the boats and people and as we came around the port we started off to the west, toward a smaller fishing village called Kamini. There was a great little Taverna there and they had a small dish called Dokas. It was a bruschettes type bread ...
... Hydriot mansion. The breakfast area is nicely decorated and there’s a small patio adjacent to that where guests can eat breakfast outside. There’s also a nice lounge near reception, which also opens onto the patio.
After getting settled in the Hotel, I explored a bit. We were on our own for dinner, so I decided to try The Veranda, which is one of the restaurants listed in the Guidebook. Access is via a stone stairway that leads up ...