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- Free High-Speed Internet
- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... level of necessary resources (food, water, sanitary) to assist. Even though our ship has been stopping at ports that are regularly on the news with the issues surrounding this migration, we have not observed anything. Several other cruise lines cancelled Athens and Istanbul, but as I said, it was business as usual while we were there. Mykonos was cancelled at the very last minute due to high seas and the inability to tender us in. Santorini ...
Club Med Gregolimano is a resort on the Greeek island of Evia where you can have a really fun holiday. The hotel is a big, white building that you can see from a long way away. There was a bar where my brother and I could go a get our own kid’s cocktails. There is a pool, a buffet and the mini-club where I met 4 friends, Lily and Elsa from England, ...
Got to ferry terminal at 5.30am as stated on confirmation to obtain tickets from kiosk, couldn't find kiosk at first finally did, boarded ferry and departed at 7.00am, thought it was a 41/2 hour trip WRONG 7 hours, finally got to Oia and totally blown away, absolutely sensational, photos can't described the scenery. Had quick Greek salad for lunch then came back to room and had a rest. Ate dinner at Ochre Restaurant which is right on the tip of Oia ...
... and really did our best to lose track of time for the day. Only later in the afternoon as we were wondering what we should do for dinner that night did we realize that we had in fact had an incredibly relaxing Thanksgiving! We definitely missed not being with family but we have to admit that this was a pretty wonderful way to spend a holiday as well. Having had such a nice time the night before we arranged to have dinner with Michael and Lynn that night as well, this time at ...
... tickets and hotels. We sat in a tiny room in a two star hotel near the Athens port of piraeus and booked whatever was left - in ferry tickets and hotel rooms. And so we found ourselves in Santorini. Santorini's expensive, it's crowded and it's pretty. Really pretty. It's even kind of cool to see these old white washed villages clinging to the edge of a caldera that's going to blow one day (sooner or later). But it just wasn't our scene. We spent three days in ...