Fanari Hotel

Address: Gyros Lassis, Lassi, Cephalonia, Ionian Islands, 28100, Greece | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Gyros Lassis, Lassi, is near Monastery of Agios Gerasimos and Katavothres.
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Travel Blogs from Lassi

Last morning in Kioni, Ithaca

A travel blog entry by marknsuzy on Oct 14, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... on his crutches as he felt one of the screws inside his knee had worked it's way loose. He stayed in the car for the ferry trip. We arrived at Sami in Kefallonia and headed straight to the hospital. We were all a bit worried that the doc would have to open his leg back up! We were really thrilled to find Andy smiling and much happier after the doctor had seen him. The screw had worked it's way out so they took it out!! Apparently with minimal fuss through a small incision. ...

Vathi

A travel blog entry by marknsuzy on Oct 13, 2014

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This morning after a leisurely breakfast. Marky and I borrowed Marco's car and headed off to Vathi. Marky was wanting to check on our Greek wedding paper work! As it turned out our marriage certificate is perfectly legal in Greece- however in Australia it would need the Greek Apostille stamp!!!! So we have sent it off to the powers that be and asked Andy's solicitor Alexandro's to post ...

A Day at the Beach

A travel blog entry by marknsuzy on Oct 12, 2014

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... my great grandfathers grave. It felt kind of weird to know he was buried where he'd always lived on this island and I'd never met him. I did feel connected- it felt special. Marky and I then went to the beach. We met some lovely Brits, Claire and Tim and had lunch with them. A Greek man who knew we had a Greek connection to the local village, shouted us a bottle if Ouzo!! Marky and Tim loved it. Three glasses of that stuff ...

Ithaca

A travel blog entry by toml on Oct 11, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

... ends up, 10 years later, with all men dead and and having to kill a bunch of guys who are after his wife. Comparatively, he had a much rougher time but I am pretty sure Homer embellished the story a little. On our last day on the beautiful Greek Island of Ithaca, Joanne and I were guided on a mountain walk by a Dutch woman who lives there. Her name is Ester Von Zuylen and she showed us ruins that some archeologists think are the palace of Odysseus. The place was ...

Argostoli, Kefalonia, Greece

A travel blog entry by lbg.jacameron on Oct 09, 2014

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... beautiful coastline to the ship. It was formal night tonight - so we all had to get dolled up for dinner and the show. We had a famous violinist (She was from Chinese descent and practiced 8 hours a day as a child) who could play absolutely anything at great speed. She had evidently won an English "who has talent" and has become quite famous - played at Windsor a Castle for the royal family. Another great day and our last port on our ...