Club Hotel Loutraki
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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... 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 ...
... that we return the car at Ermioni, it is closer by Flying Dolphin boat for the rental guy that is meeting us, cheaper than his going to Nafplio and much better for us cuz the port is only 7 klicks from the Porto Hydra. Of course the head cheese was not in, but I sold the guy on the telephone and he suggested we call back in thirty minutes. Just enough for Kathy to get some Italian Gelato at a little stand. Called Cletus back (as many may know from my years in ...
... gorgeous suburb of Piraeus. We looked out at the port and saw Salamina less than a mile away. We were so close we could taste it. And it was delicious.
We headed on this quaint little boat named "The Salamis Express" and waited for departure. After a few minutes of rocking in the waves, the boat took off. A guy speaking absolutely no English sold us our tickets (which were 1 euro) and we enjoyed the little ride. The amount of ferries crossing the waters was ridiculous. At ...