Corfu Chandris Hotel
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... Milan that we are paying for the ticket.
11/12 At sea
Yesterday I fell asleep at 3 and didn’t wake until 7pm. Thus I was not surprised when I woke up at 1:15, thinking it must be 5am. I read a couple of chapters of my novel about a Venice policeman and fortunately fell asleep until 7am. For the first time in months there were no dark circles under my eyes this ...
... di Nove is a much bigger vaporetto stop than Faro, so we stayed on the 12 to Nove, thinking there might be more boats coming by. There was no other gate near our gate, and a boatman was pointing people off to the right, so we followed them. I’m sure we walked at least 2 miles, asking along the way. (By the way, on my first trip to Italy, I learned all the Italian I know, which is Dove e, meaning where is. It came in very handy -- Dove e vaporetto ...
We headed out of town to Achilleion Palace, the retreat for the Empress Elizabeth of Austria. We had learned about her life when we were in Vienna last year. She built this house in Corfu in late 19th century style and decorated it with Gods of Ancient Greece, primarily Achilles for which the palace is named. We spent a couple of very interesting hours in both the house and the gardens and admiring the spectacular views. Did I mention that ...
Thu 9th: Passed over the Greek/Albanian border to the 'resort' town of Sarande through pretty rough roads and mountain pass. After a slow start at the hotel, we went out to explore – the beach and the tourist port and town. We were amazed at how quiet our hotel and many of the others ...
... to Italian churches. We then drove to Achilleion Palace which has beautiful gardens and classical statues overlooking the coast. This was built by and Austrian empress in the late 1800s - and it really was very beautiful. During the war it was used as a hospital and later as an orphanage before it was restored for tourists to view. We drove through the main town and by this stage it was so wet we decided to return to the ship and warm up and have ...