Acharavi Beach Hotel
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Went to Corfu today which is the start of the Greek Islands.
It was beautiful. Corfu is the number 1 destination for the rich and famous.
Had a tour of Corfu town and of course did some shopping. Than it was time for
Masterchef as it was off to a restaurant for our ...
We had our final few hours around the pool before heading back to our bungalow for the dreaded packing, mind you after all the travelling we do it really isn't that bad a task and as I pack away I'm already thinking of the next time the suitcases will come out !
We sat on the verandah with a drink watching the various activities on the water as usual, over the week we have noted the various cruise ships through the binoculars as they pull into or out of Corfu Cruise Terminal. We ...
... place your dirty toilet paper in the bin next to the toilet - eeewwww!!! I'm a self-confessed "princess"! haha A LOT of people drank a LOT of vodka slushies and the night ended up a little messy We all made it to our boats though, slept and were up in time for the next part of the sailing bit. Our crew got in BIG trouble by George (the boat group leader) for not being ready - he swore at us and we've ...
... up the sun. We had a hankering for a Greek seafood lunch but, as the owners of the restaurants lining the main square had been trained in highway robbery by Ned Kelly, we found a lovely little taverna in the back streets where we had a great seafood lunch. After lunch, we headed back to the ship and spent the afternoon floating around the pool, as the temperature was in the low to mid-30's. We enjoyed Happy Hour at the Crow's Nest bar and Shirley got into the ...
One of the places that has always been on the top of both our travel lists has been the Greek islands. The blue water, the little islands, the yummy Greek food. Today we were both so happy to finally get here. We woke up on Corfu at the port of Kerkira. Yes there was the blue water it was one of the larger islands that we are visiting and yes there was food! We walked from the port into the old town and saw all the little shops and the city walls. We kept walking through all the lovely ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed