Marmin Bay Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... not really wet. Since we were getting wet we decided to go in the pool. Brilliant idea. It felt so good. After a quick dip, into the hot tub. I decided to go into the spa for a steam and shower. Christopher went back to the room.
Dinner was in the Grand Dining room. Dinner was with all eight of us at one table. I suggested we not sit near our cabin mate so we could shake it up a bit. Worked out ...
... a sun lounge and both dozed off a little. To wake us up we went for a swim, our first in the Mediterranean. A bit cool to start with but very refreshing and as the weather started to change from the south it was warmer in than out. We hopped out and ventured into town for a snack. Found a lovely bakery where we had hot chocolate, profiteroles (called "soo" here) and chocolate mousse. As we sat the weather closed in complete with ...
... right hand and Ali's groans as she got close to the edge of the road, or a parked car. (Still married) We descended the plateau to the town of Nikolaos. A very nice little port town where day tours head off to Spinalonga the Greek equivalent of Alcatraz. We had a good look around the various shops and sat and had a drink and a rather large garlic bread, more like a ...
Caught shuttle down to town for brekky, Ali had a 6 euro cooked brekky with tea and juice, Mel had a strawberry crepe. In the arvo we caught up on some washing and lazed around the pool before another shuttle into town. Watched another Aston Villa disaster at an Irish pub. ...
... A port town with lots of cheap restaurants, clothes shops and plenty of car rental options. Which we are thinking we'll take advantage of as it seems the best way to see the island, given its a 3hr drive to the other end. Mel found a great place for chocolate and banana crepes and even later had a local mythos beer with Ali. As ...