Amaryllis Apart Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a Greek island (and probably where I was most excited to go) but when we got back to our room we had a letter explaining the weather was too bad to go to Crete, so we now will have another day at sea, and be heading to Izmir, Turkey instead. I was a little bummed, but getting to go another place in Turkey should be fun. After harassing the front desk people again about my phone (the one guy literally runs ...
CORFU AND KATAKALON, SEPTEMBER 23 & 24, 2014
Yesterday we were in Corfu, one of a group of Greek Islands in the Ionian Sea. We decided not to go ashore, but instead to take a well-earned day of rest for our muscles. We have been walking between 2 and 5 miles every day, with a lot of steps. So we both soaked in the hot tub, and then got massages and then thermal beds ...
... The ship traveled at 17 knots so there is a little more motion but for most part we are unaware that we are moving or on the ocean. We should get to Malta before 1pm tomorrow. The four of us scrubbed up for a late casual dinner that ended about 10.15pm. The Boyd's went to bed and we stayed up - not that it necessarily translates into Tina and Andrew getting more sleep than us :). Ang took Craig to watch the crew and passengers dancing competition which ...
... Caesar Salad
- Interpretation of the classical salad, from New York, not Italy (Jeannette's choice)
- Butternut Squash with Huckleberries
- Huckleberries are American, substitute Blueberries. A very theatrical presentation with creme freche & the huckleberries in the bowl before the soup is poured in. Our choice, absolutely stunning
- Chilled Yoghurt ...
... been in times of poor attitude but not in the decisions made. When I really think about it I'd like to truly regret nothing because regrets hold us back and bring us right to where we were before. Of course in moments I have regretted but I've been able to quickly let go and realize that the experience or situation was always one that provided me with a learning experience, good or bad. A long as you follow your heart you will have no regrets. So if I haven't jumped around ...