Best Western Irida Resort
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
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... nice to get where we were staying before it got dark out, so that we could actually look around and see what was there. Souvenir shops were everywhere,and only like three restaurants/tavernas/cafes were open. Unlike Bus A (who stayed at our same hotel again, yay!), we didn't have to go to the site on Friday, so we had an unprecedented amount of hours in which to do whatever.
As I said, we looked around the main street ...
... grubby, and yes it did have a nice community of local ants in the corner. But the water was hot (after at least 5 minutes of continuous running – oh no I’m not exaggerating) and air-con did work. But the toilet; I feel it is fairly uncompromisable (ooh, coined a new word there) that the facilities do in fact work, and that excrement does in fact flush. Well the poo I did that morning will beg to differ, as it more ...
... br> tranquility, you can taste a pure traditional dishes and of course try
our special olive oil extra virgin which is a source of life.
Kyparissia, as a place of vacation, is ideal for explorations and
excursions because of its geographical position. It gives you the
possibility of visiting the temple of Epicurean Apollo in the village
Vasses Figalias, the museum and the archaeological area ...
How do you say "egg"?
NZ - "igg"
Aus - " goog" ( it comes from a chook)
Dave - " ehg"
How do you say "I am full"?
NZ - " I'm fool."
Aus - " I'm chokkers."
Dave - " I'm stuffed."
... ladies shared a half liter of red wine.
During the latter part of the afternoon, we made one last stop at a highway rest stop for a coffee and a refreshment break (I had vanilla gelato with maraschino cherries and an Espresso). During our journey, we passed through the city of Kalamata, which is famous for Olives of the same name. It is a medium-sized city of about 40,000 and is located around a horseshoe shaped bay, and also the location of the only airport in that ...