Club Hotel Loutraki
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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Something for Everyone!
How about a cocktail first and then showing you around?
No need to get outside the premises once you are here.
There is so much to do since the place is huge and undoubtedly there is something for everyone.
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Went by train about an hour outside Athens to the ancient city of Corinth. The train wound by the amazing blue waters off the Mediterranean coast on a sunny day. We started at the Acrocorinth - an ancient stronghold on top of a huge mountain hill with 1500 ft cliffs. The view was amazing as it overlooked the modern city of Corinth and the ship port on the ocean bay. Acrocorinth was originally a temple to Aphrodite in 650 ...
... walk on tiptoe and get out to the porch. It is raining lightly and there is a smell of earth mixed with scent of flowers in the air. The boats below the coast are wobbling and the only sound is that of the waters. It is kind of cool and I cover my shoulders with a light scarf waiting for Yianni to wake. I would love to have my morning coffee watching the rain but I don't want to wake him –as if I want ...
I am going to apologize now for the photo's quality. I used my phone and it isn’t the greatest but is very handy and quick to use. I am sure they are okay though.
It was finally time to say goodbye to good old France, a place that I have pretty much called home for about 3 months now. And I can say it was not a sad goodbye...only joy came from it. I mean come on, we are on our way to Greece and if what everybody has told me is anything to go by then I am in for ...
... closed at three the day before, but we thought that was just an abberation. The Spanish close everything down from one until about four for siesta, and now these lazy Greeks go home for the day at three! No wonder they're stuck in the 19th century. Well, we gawked at the walls for about five minutes, got in our car and headed for ...