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- Hot tub
- Smoking rooms available
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We stayed at this beach however decided not to go though a large beach puddle. Others did. Later we talked to some German campers who had been locked in here for 3 weeks, not that they were complaining. It had rained and the estuary filled up. Mind you we had not really seen much rain. We considered the risk for one night and decided to have a lovely swim in beautiful in water. Sadly we could not stay! ...
This morning we had champagne breakfast in our room and then
went up on the deck and watched the tenders being lowered to carry people to
After a short debate, Erika decided to stay on board and I
went on my own to see the town. It was depressing. They are two main streets
running parallel with ...
... to arrive. In that time, Dad and I returned to the hotel where we packed our suitcases and checked out. I ran into the Argeroploses in the lobby and our fun began there.
Driving to Monemvasia took about 4 hours. Mom enjoyed this kind of driving because the roads were curvy, she could drive quickly, and she got to pass many cars (sometimes 4 at a time while following Mr. Argeroplos!). For Dad and me, the ride ...
I mentioned in the post about Athens that we had the opportunity to meet with one of our Airbnb hosts. George has a vacation home in Monemvasia, Greece. This town is actually an island on which a medieval fortress was built. The fortress, or castle as many call it, is where the apartment is. The island is connected to the Peloponnes by a small causeway. No cars are allowed inside the castle so you have to park outside th entrance. The island itself is ...
... paintings, knick knacks and filled with his love of life. He let us take pictures and asked if we would like to sample some wine...it took us 2 seconds and we said yes! As we were backing out of the building, we saw a plaque on the wall, "Lord Byron wrote a book in this house, June 1816, the "Prisoner of Chillon", thereby adding one more deathless association to the already immortalized locality of the lake." Wow! Lord Byron...and our friends name ...