- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
Travel Blogs from FanÝ
... There were lots of small conifer trees and it all gave the impression of lots of individual gardens - all very well kept.
In the cathedral square preparations were being made for a concert.
The cathedral was described as the largest granite built church ...
... place to stay in the winter. The main agriculture that we have seen so far is wheat, barley, dairy, sheep and beef. There are a lot of pastures where the farmers are busy mowing and baling hay for the winter months.
One thing that really stands out in Europe is the number of Wind Turbines that one sees generating electricity. Many of these countries are planning to get rid of nuclear power as soon as ...
... set up (dab hands now) and lunch of crackers and bits... Delish! Then an application of sun cream and a long awaited sunbathing session.... Heaven. There we were, concerned it would be freezing here; best weather we've had in over a week! Dins was tasty bbq before more Prison Break and an early night! Friday 5th May We woke at 6 (I think our brains could sense the sunshine!) and I threw the ball outside for an energetic Prego whilst Jon had a short snooze. ...
... the Navigator - listening to her getting her lips around Danish Street names was very amusing and often turned into La La Road or street; luckily the Driver didn't have the reading glasses so couldn't lend a hand or have the mick taken either.
Lunch out consisted of Danish delicacies and a hot chocolate - it was chuffing cold!
On our last day ...
... We spent a great 3 hours here watching the the kite and wind surfers as well as flying our own kite for an hour. The sun was shining but the wind was quite strong; it gave us a good upper body work out!
Wouldn't want to come here in the Summer; it must be wall to wall campers and cars!