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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We saw the Perth couples we met in cappadoccia randomly at a cafe- such a small world when travelling We also had our first night in Mykonos, the second we got here I fell in love with the place! It's so stunning with the white and the stone paths ...
As I've mentioned before this year's travel is different for us because we just can't be as prepared for the places we are visiting as we have been in our past travels. We can just barely stay one step ahead and sometimes not even that. Often we are flying by the seat of our pants and it results in some fantastic surprises, some strange situations and often extra money. In the end we learn and here ...
... made it a step above. The building of the Monastery of St. John the Theologian was begun in 1088 upon an ancient acropolis with its temple ruins dating back to the 6th and 4th century BC. Snuggled up to its walls are the many houses of the Chora, built not only to protect the fortress from pirates but so that the peasants themselves could seek protection inside. To take pictures in the monastery is forbidden so one is forced to commit ...
We spent the morning on Ikaria, an island untouched by tourism. It was so nice to wander in a village seeing the locals just doing their day-to-day chores, not trying to sell things to tourists. It felt 'real'. In the afternoon we headed for Delos and put the sails up for the first ...
This morning we cruised into the island of Patmos, just in time to enjoy breakfast on the deck overlooking another beautiful Greek Island. In the morning we went on a tour to the cave where it is believed St John the Apostle was exiled to, where he experienced an apparition and wrote the book of Revelations. Above this cave is a monastery that was built 1000 years later, around 1100AD, in recognition of St John. The village ...