Adiandi Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... mullet ( delicious and recommended by waiter) then 2 whole grilled Dorado, white bream, served with that fabulous olive oil and lemon sauce again. We ate every bite and enjoyed. We justified the splurge cause we have to eat hotel food for next two nights. Back to hotel for "digestive" then off the bed after texting with Grant about his tennis tournament today. Found out later in the trip that the bad smell at hotel was the olive production plant near by. Not a good ...
... During my search, I found a small restaurant serving the good ole Spinach and Cheese Pie (Spanakopita). YAY! I've been looking for something authentic in every town we've visited but this was the first one actually serving the spinach and cheese combination. Most only had fried cheese pies which were good too but not the same. I wanted my spinach! Goodness, the things we miss when on the road! Anyways, this place still didn't make it the way we do in. Vancouver (with phyllo pastry) ...
... ground wet and the weather quite humid. We drive to the town of Tripolis, a larger centre in the middle of the Peloponnese peninsula and turn towards Argos. The drive through here is through the taller mountains on the peninsula and they are quite spectacular. We stopped for a small break along the way and heard goats moving about the mountain. I eventually spotted them about a mile or so away on the other side of a valley but it was so quiet; you ...
... rocky and have grass, mostly, but trees don’t really grow and, well, it’s a Mediterranean climate. It’s not what I’m used to, and it’s not what I love. Maybe in time it will grow to feel like another home, and I will learn to love the climate as a place to live. But for now, while I can appreciate it, I don’t see myself living amidst all of it, even in a city like ...
... the narrow street in the shade, looking at the crumbling colourful, tall, narrow houses drinking cool drinks in the marble floored square and late afternoon joining the locals swimming from the sea wall. Late at night seems very popular to go to sweet cafes and eat all sorts of honey drenched sweets , there were queues to go in, and we joined them for a very sweet and delicious ...