Hotel Villa Anais
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... The structure had two small houses built under two of it's arches,
We walked under the aqueduct up the steep cobbled, narrow lanes following the signs to the top of the hill and paid to enter the castle. The walls are in good condition as are a couple of buildings of which you can enter, the first one built in 1530 and was later converted into a prison, the roof was made of concrete type material with large ...
... gullies where recently there has been some serious flooding, what is left of the path is very narrow. We took a few photos and headed back, the sun was just starting to set and the sky was looking very pretty at first orange and the changing to a deep red colour. Back at Dream Catcher we drove back down to the coast to find a parking spot. The light had almost gone by the time we pulled off the road onto a small rocky ...
... how deep the water was and I wasn't volunteering to wade it find out, as we were on our own we decided to reverse out and retrace our steps. Back at the main road we drove into Keramoti to catch a ferry to Thassos, one of Greece's greenest and gentle islands. It has sandy beaches hidden in rocky coves and pine clad mountains. As we approached the ferry an official waved us to hurry, the ferry is about to go. We quickly bought the ticket and with 2 minutes to spare we drove on. ...
... a very steep track to find it, but couldn't, as we walked back down a man who followed us down the track, tookus to the rocks carved with pictures, they weren't too impressive but the man was kind to take us and as usual not a word was understood by either party.
We drove back to Xanthi and then on to the Nestos Delta, stopping along the way to top up the Internet package. We had a late lunch on the beach and then drove into the delta. We found the ...
... to help her in her academic career. One of the main speakers was also surnamed Tabbaa, perhaps a distant relative to Kinda and he was very kind to her.
We had a wonderful soufflé at our hotel before going to the Kavala airport and Kinda picked some wild blackberry's nearby. It was then off to Athens for the ...