- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... at the buffet. She is one of the singers on board, off for the night because of her migraine. We sat with a couple of talkative English from near the Welsh border. The main thing we learned was that the weight limit for BA flights to the US was 34 kg, but everywhere else it’s 20kg. This strengthens my fear that we will pay more for overweight baggage on the Aegean flight from ...
... in pasta tubes with plenty of whole seafood on the side. It was just OK, but the seafood was good.
Travel tip: the area around the cathedral has lots of shops and hotels and is very colorful. If I were going to stay in Malta, that would be the place.
The taxi that took us there was an overgrown Vespa and held only 3 passengers. I wish I had a picture of it.
Really, I thought we’d see the ...
... trying to get the family mail server back working.
The following day was a sea day on our way around the bottom of the Italian 'boot' and on to Naples. The ship stopped at 5 am about half way between Greece and Italy after a distress call was received from a small power boat with 42 Syrian refugees. Our ship stood by until the Italian coast guard arrived and took them all aboard leaving the small boat behind. We were on our way again just after 10 ...
... lunch on board. Corfu was impressive from what we saw. Very lush and green with a gorgeous coastline - you have to leave something to come back and explore! Tonight's entertainment was really fantastic - "East Coast Boys" a tribute to Frankie Valli and the Four Season" - great to sing along to 4 guys singing with perfect harmony together with a live band. It is still raining a seas a little rougher - but it is meant to be fine in Athens ...
... we were back on the bus to continue up the mountain side of Lakones with more stunning views of Paleokastritsa. The next stop was a traditional village of Makrades where we went to a charming taverna and had a traditional Greek appetiser - meze and local wine. The taverna's interior was decorated with traditional 18th & 19th century agricultural tools and an intriguing old olive press. Afterwards we had free time to explore the village. There were ...