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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- TV Channel One Russia
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... lunch on the beach and some swimming and snorkeling. Chris loved snorkeling but I didn't like the mask over my face very much. Now we're back in our apartment getting ready to grab an afternoon coffee and maybe some Santorini wine. I'll post a bunch of pictures as soon as we get somewhere with better internet. The internet is extremely slow here and doesn't work at all for parts of the ...
... passed through the mountains. Many stars lighting up the universe above us, it felt like we were spinning thanks to this ricaty old train bending around the tracks. It was actually not a bad sleep, except being woken up by the border gaurds. In my original draft I had written that not ao much to be woken by the Serb gaurds, though built like brick walls and meaning buisness at least they didn't try scamming me like one of the Macedonian *******s. Asking how much money I ...
We are the entire day at sea, however, the day or blog space, I would Iike to dedicate to the restaurant manager, Hans, from Germany. Now we have met many folk on our travels but none more so than my man Hans. Worked his way up to restaurant Manager after 40 years on cruise ships. He has been engaged/proposed to 5 times, each one broken off as then wanted him to leave the cruise business, he refused, its ...
... is now approximately 900 feet deep and it drops off quickly once outside of it.
We stopped for a swim and dinner, a delicious feast prepared by the crew. Unfortunately I became a bit seasick due to the waves. The crew gave me a lemon to smell and some sprite, which did the trick!
We watched the sunset from the water and it was breathtaking. We were so glad we were able to experience Santorini from the ...
... stayed with us. Our group got back and they all looked like beetroots. The next stop was the hot springs. Great, I would get to have a swim in the Aegean Sea. Once anchored, you could just jump straight off the boat or use the ladder. You can guess which option brave Ann took. The crowd swam to the hot springs but we just swam near the boat which just wonderful. Swam for half an hour then got back on board to sail to a little cove and anchor to have a home cooked ...