Aphrodite Beach Hotel
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... the car behind through a set of narrow one way streets until we are freed. Old mate and Ian are friends for life ...in parting hug and kiss so many times we wonder if he will ever rejoin us! All of this and we still don't have a hotel room! A few days before we had arrived in Bodrum on the ferry from Symi to meet with up with M & M once again. Due to being delayed in Symi our time was cut down in this elegant and stylish town but we had long enough ...
... During subsequent rulers additions were made to the castle and its grounds. The castle area is huge and it sits on a hill wilt a commanding site of the harbor. There is a large system of under-ground tunnels and a 4000 cubic meter cistern.
It was cool and very windy in Lesbos today, I guess an indicator of things to come. We had a very interesting visit though and we walked over two miles.
... The tables next to us were getting angry with the poor waitress but we felt sorry for her. The food was pretty average in the end. I felt a migraine coming on but continued to walk around, hoping that my migraine medication would do the trick. Further along the waterfront we came across a cute little sweets shop where we stopped for ice-cream. On the way back to the ship we bought more bottled ...
... It has an area of 1,632 square kilometres with 320 kilometres of coastline, making it the third largest Greek island.
The Castle of Mytilene, also Fortress of Mytilene, is located in Mytilene on the Greek island of Lesbos, North Aegean. It is maintained in good condition and is one of the largest castles in the Mediterranean covering an area of 60 acres. The first castle on ...
Having sailed through the night, we sailed into the Port of Mytilene (Mitilini), Nisos Lesbos, a part of Greece, at around 7:30am. Due to the limited depth of the port and the size of our ship, we had to anchor outside of the harbour. To alight and go into the City of Mytilene, we had to utilise the safety boats to make our way to land. This is called the "Tendering Process" to the coast.
Mytilene is a small coastal city of around ...