Crithonis Paradise Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... or two as you do when there is nothing else to do and your an aussie abroad.
Around 4:00pm we arrived at the island of Patmos where those who wished were tendered ashore for a few hours. We opted to stay aboard and chill out at the bar with a few others.
Showered and dressed up, shirt and long trousers we decided to fine dine in the dining room for a change tonight and thoroughly enjoyed the meal and being waited on. Retired to the cabin for a well earned ...
... the 2 Kms to town. Stunning views from the rocky hillsides to the harbour and fishing boats and stone built whitewashed houses. Apparently Richard Gere and Ali McGraw both have houses here. Interestingly, houses here are passed on from mother to daughter. Bad luck Kimbo! Would have been nice! We just wandered around the streets and lane ways, had a coffee and a bit of wifi-ing and more wandering until we found a little taverna for lunch. ...
After a good six hours sleep, luckily I grabbed a couple extra hours on the plane, a quick shower, decide what to wear for the day ahead. Pleasantly surprised by the warm if cloudy start to the day. Buffet style breakfast, adequate if nothing special but sufficient to keep us going for the rest of the day. A few quick photos and it all aboard 120 coach and of to our first monument/ ruin hhof the day. People look a bit tired around ...
... The next day we all caught a Dolmus to Gumusluk, what an absolute typical wonderful Turkish village, the views were outstanding, couldn't take enough photos, what a lovely way to finish our fantastic holiday in Turkey.Today Gumusluk retains a small-scale, relaxed and magical atmospheree thanks to strictly enforced building prohibitions, designed to protect the ancient site. The charming flower-bedecked houses follow the curve of a small and pretty bay. Gumusluk ...
... came on, illuminating the structure majestically. Though we were only in Leros one night, we were hoping to see some evidence of the local insane asylum that appeared in the opening description of the island in all the guide books. No crazy behavior was witnessed, although our taxi driver's Spicolli-like swagger did make me nervous.