Best Western Hotel Rozos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Best Western Hotel Rozos Port Heli
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... on bench looking over the Argolic Gulf. Cute town surrounded by 3 old fortresses that they light up at night. We staying at Amalia Hotel. Our rooms are very basic and have funny smell. Like big time Frebreeze or cleaning product. As we were leaving our rooms the smell in hall was weird mixture of dinner and cleaning products. A couple on the tour asked us what that weird smell was? I said "dinner" and we busted out laughing. Sarah and I cruised the dinner ...
... was an anthropologist and bird watcher - he had plenty of interesting wisdom to share. I left lunch-turn-dinner feeling pretty warm and fuzzy inside, as I do after special social occasions. Van and Marcy hugged me goodbye and left me a number of forms of contact insisting I come to visit them in Texas whenever I could. I had another night in, this time with cookie flavored Greek yoghurt topped with dark chocolate sauce, and slept soundly. On my final full day I Nafplio I bounced out ...
... been closed for Easter. It certainly is one to go back as it is excellent.
We said our good byes to our fellow travelers the next morning as we all headed off in different directions. Some of us are fortunate to be able to continue our travels while others head home to family and work. Thanks to all of you for being wonderful traveling companions. A special thanks goes out to our guide David and our driver ...
... at the quay was not turned on but Jonathon had a friend who worked for the town authorities who had turned his power on. Our batteries were full after motoring from Epidavrous but a night with the two fridge freezers consuming power would take them down to a low level by morning. We only have one solar panel installed on Orca at the moment; the other two are still in Dubai as we could not bring them all at the same time. The solar panels put ...
... bathrooms along the route, but a Roman bath? We stopped at a roadside shrine, iconostasis, to pay tribute to someone. These are erected in honor of a loved one. We filled the votive glass from the jar of olive oil inside, laid a fresh wick on the oil and lit it. The light is to remind us of the presence of God.
We walked through fields of olive orchards and met some local farmers. Our goal was to follow the Mycenaean road ...