Denny's Inn Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... 8220;Dyana said, “lets head for the ‘famous blue caves, and if we find a beach, or cove on the way, we’ll swim as well.” And that’s exactly what happened. We found a beach. Had lunch and swam. Then asked how far to the famous blue caves. “Oh, not very far… maybe about fifteen minutes….. You go that way,” said the local, looking and pointing up the road. And we were off again. Well, half ...
... nearby. We did however find the original Roman Baths in a sad start of disrepair and like a lot of Greece pretty dirty. Not a patch on Taupo or Tokaanu. Here we meet some German tourists taking a mud bath, their 6th day in a row. They were very friendly and told us how to access the mud from the bottom of a grotty looking pool, bake in the sun for 30 ...
... the teen activities and keeps earning prizes. Water bottles medals scrap booking materials and more
Up early today, first ones off the ship! Hopped on a train to Mount Olympis, 40 min to get there. We walked around Olympia and looked at all the ruins and the very first Olympic Games stadium. Than off for more shopping hard to believe. Back to Katacolon to the beach and a quick swim in the sea before back on the ship. Great ...
... and saffron rice, naan bread. All bursting with flavour, not too hot, equal to the best curries we have ever had. Served by waiters who knew every dish. Five stars. Better yet, an evening away from the now aptly named by Mary Ann "Dumb and Dumber" the twink twins. Photograph update. A few more photographs from Santorini. The winery, classic blue and white building, the blue Aegean. Wednesday. Last stop in Greece. Katakolo. Originally we had been scheduled to visit Kos, but due ...
... The swim was preceded by a short walk along the beach, a foray into some of the boutique shops and a glass of cold lemonade at a beachside café. Philip and I were enjoying cooling down under the shade, and idly chatting with a Welsh couple doing the same thing, when an old Holden came burning up and out jumped a couple of young Greeks.
They each had a musical instrument, an oud (I think) and a drum, and they came straight to our table and ...