Deep Blue Sea at Georgioupolis
Travel Blogs from Georgioupolis
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Dinner last night was at the same restaurant we're at today, Aroma (not to be confused with Aroma Café in Perth or on campus!) and which I have also had the most enormous piece of chocolate cake served in an ocean of chocolate sauce syrup.
In the photo you can also see the backgammon/chess board that was a joint purchase between Andrew and Bronte. The concentration at the table was fierce ��
... drive (Andrew did an amazing job though!) and after a short rest, walked the 200 metres to the port. We sat with the cool people (Andrew's tracky daks getting only a few stares!) and had a coffee called a Freddo Cappuccino. Fabulous.
The pictures tell it all. The street scenes are from the street next to us. Such beautiful ...
... Chalidon Street which leads to the picturesque El. Venizelos Square and the water. Along the way I pass the Cathedral of the Presentation of the Virgin Mary where a boy feeds pigeons.
It is truly a family day and fathers bond with sons at every turn. Men drink coffee, wine or beer at cafes which line the streets. The weather is sublime today with our temperature at about 70 and not a cloud in the sky. Proprietors urge me ...
... so this was perfect (about 26oC). I am amazed at the local art available for sale (read "Craig be prepared"!). The artwork is unique, beautiful and affordable. Needless to say Susie and Sharon have enjoyed watching my shopping spree! This really is a unique spot - by the water, incredibly old, with wonderful food and hospitable people. I'd ...
... town, in peak hour, with the setting sun in our eyes. We finally located the hotel (in the old part of town) but having no parking (which is common around here) we finally found parking some distance from the hotel and lugged everything up to the hotel. Now that we are here (and a bottle of red wine has been consumed), this is a gorgeous place! I feel like we are on a movie set! More pictures ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service