Aphrodite Beach Hotel
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... Square where the skirted soldiers perform the changing-of-the-guard, Temple of Zeus, the National Library, Academy of Athens, Hadrian's Arch,the Royal Palace, The Old Olympic Stadium of Athens and many more landmarks. A great day was had by all we are ready to top if off with pre dinner drinks and a meal. Tonight we sail towards ...
... There were a couple of organised tours on the island that did not interest Claire and I, therefore we decided to go to shore simply to have a look around the township ourselves. It was a very hot place with temperatures of around 32C, along with significant humidity. This made it a little uncomfortable, however it was good to look around.
A major Fortress exists on the entrance to the locality, being very prominent on the landscape. ...
Today's port visit was cancelled to high winds and high seas. This was to be a tender port, 2 metre waves, gale force winds and old americans don't mix, so it was a bonus sea day. the crew quickly organised extra activities to keep this small town happy. We kept ourselves busy in the thermal spa, resting and reading. Robert enjoyed watching the relays of ...
Our first real "rest" day. Almost a sleep in, then did the washing, then a walk into the small town of Potos for lunch facing the beach. Fresh anchovies, and stuffed calamari! Walked back and a snooze before the rain drove us inside. Time to do some route planning and work on the itinerary, not finalised for the whole year before we left ...
... of people but full of not very pretty boxy holiday apartments at this time of year before the 'season' starts, but the mountain villages exquisite. So little useable space, yet folk have squeezed beautiful homes into sometimes centuries old structures. Generally folk also very friendly. We found some Roman and early Christian ruins, but to cap it all off, up in the town of Theologus, we found the church ...