Airotel Achaia Beach
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... then I decided to head.
The weather was terrible and the rain was coming down quiet fiercely.
I only had a short journey to the port and so was in two choices of putting on all my rain gear but finally I decided I better put it on and sure enough I sure needed it.
The road to the port was all over the place. Signs here and there but not quite pointing one in the right direction. One sign showed "Ferry straight ahead" Erm, just at that point the road split into ...
... and see another (part of) temple of Apollo and the nice old town in Naxos. We also managed to try some more of the local food (that wasn’t kebab based!), a beef in tomato sauce and lamb in lemon sauce, nicely topped off by a shot of Ouzo on the house!
Our final island would be Mykonos, known as a party destination. The island itself is beautiful with some excellent ...
... and houses, and a lot of roads and bridges that have been started and left.
Our hotel is a few minutes away from the market square and the path leading up to the Acropolis.
Our room is on the rooftop and opens onto an outdoor area with views of the Parthenon. Athens!
... is only 11 km from the apartment. It was founded in 1861 by a Bavarian named Clauss. We had to wait for half an hour for the next tour but we had a lovely balcony to stand on and some fortified wine to sip so it was not a hardship.
The tour took us through cask rooms and the old concrete vats. There were 65 concrete vats and they were huge towering 35 to 40 feet high and I think 8 or 10 people holding hands around. It had cost $50,000 when they ...
... in total. Hubby thought the price was awesome as well as the taste. We looked at the stars and the the big dipper was right there to keep us company just like at home. We clinked glasses and smiled and munched. What a lovely day!!!
PS - At one point today hubby turned to me and said "So it's good to know I can take a ladder, a vacuum and three other people on my scooter and no one will say anything to me!"