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Because I'm now working for a federal agency, that means I get federal holidays off, so wanted to take advantage of the 3-day weekend. Ryanair flies out of Hahn, Germany, and has some super, duper deals to the places they fly. They were offering a round trip flight to Kos, Greece for a mere 32 euros, so how could a person pass that up...they can't …
... hiked to an ancient amphitheater that held about 12,000 people in its heydey (those ancient Romans sure liked to put on shows).
The three days we've been in this area have been sunny, about 70 degrees, with little wind. Perfect weather actually. Tomorrow we leave for Kas, Turkey by bus, which will take about 7 hours along the coast line, but not until we feast again on the sumptuous breakfast buffet to fill our bellies for the ...
... is the default at Opentable.com. It takes more than one to tango.
Cruise ships are no different. There are couples and there are couples. Sometimes the couple is two gay men and sometimes the couple is a mother and daughter but the idea of a real “solo” is cause for gawking, speculation, even gossip.
On this sailing, however, yours truly has been adopted.
It seems that there exists a travel agency by ...
... than I remembered but eventually I was back in the water! The marine life wasn't exactly comparable to the dives I'd made in Thailand, the colour theme was more of a drab grey than the vibrant reds and yellows I recalled from my other dives and the first ten minutes were spent adjusting my buoyancy and trying to remember what to do! But after that everything I love about diving came flooding back ...
... to learn than an island with virtually no traffic.
There’s only one gas station on the island, half way from Mandraki to Pali. The guy there also checks oil and tires. Very professional. Manage to speed up to 30 km/h and feel very proud of myself.
A brief stop in Nikia. A picturestque village hanging on the mountain side. Don’t find the volcano museum but find the church and light a candle. No people, except for two tourists.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAmericana Hotel Kos Town
Chris could not have been a better hostess. Our stay was extremely pleasant and the room was very nice. She fed us like kings for breakfasts and was very friendly and talked to us a lot about Greek culture.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.