Aquis Mon Repos Palace
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAquis Mon Repos Palace Corfu Town
Arrived at airport and booked from very very helpful booking desk. Hotel was in a lovely bay where we could swim. Room really nice with wonderful views of the bay. An amazing breakfast each morning....and staff at hotel need a gold medal.
Very few English speaking guests, and no one talks to the next person... The staff work- 7 days per week for 3-4 months and still have a smile on their face...
Only problem was their WiFi connection, which was non existant most of the time. They need to upgrade their modem....
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... is a "huge" kidder and he told us so many silly things like the "fact" that the people don't like tourists and the shrines were there in memory of those they really didn't like. Our first stop was at a tiny church (Aga Anna) and lovely home and garden in Aleimatades. I hope the pictures do the size of the vegetables justice. The homeowner came out and greeted us and picked a massive head of cabbage. Beautiful. As we climbed further into the mountains and the weather cleared, ...
... and I loved it. It looked like so much fun! They asked for volunteers and I wish that I had been brave enough to get up and try it. It's just such a happy dance.
Joanne and I went to the Explorer's Lounge on Deck 7 to watch the Sail Away at 10:00 p.m.
and then it was lights out.
Tomorrow is a day At Sea and a chance to rest a bit and enjoy the ship.
Oopa! (as the Greeks say. "Rise to the occasion" or "Party On" or "Celebrate")
... was wonderful--warm and sunny--and we all had a fantastic time. On Corfu we strolled the old cobbled streets and visited the New Fortress and Old Fortress. On Santorini we took an afternoon sunset cruise. We visited the volcanic island caldera and hiked partway up to the top of the caldera. Then the boat took us to some hot springs where a few in our group swam. Lastly, ...
... We climbed to the top and got some great pictures out over Corfu. We made our way back through the narrow streets and markets to where we would meet the bus. When we arrived back to the hotel, we found that the people that had stayed behind had hit the pool bar pretty hard. They had befriended the bartender, and so a few of them were just behind the bar pouring their own drinks. Since we're the last tour group, all rules were out the window! We gathered ...
... one side and hillside on the other. Not to mention the 25 switchback corners that necessitated a bit of reversing each time. Interesting guide telling the story of Montenegro, less than 1 million people. 74% Montenegran Orthodox, 21% Muslim, 5% Catholic. And although that adds up to 100, she said there were some smaller minority groups. Walked through the old town and viewed the wall built to keep out ...