Finday Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
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Travel Blogs from Kalavrita
... I didn't really want to go swimming so I just lay on the beach with Emily & Daryan. We then all felt hungry so went and got a gyros (a wrap kinda thing) and bumped into most of the rest of our contiki group who had just finished eating so we pretty much swapped places with them at the restaurant. After we had eaten we went for a bit of shopping & I bought a new bikini! Before jumping back on the tender boat to get back on the cruise ship. Stacey & I went and joined ...
... so many fantastic different places Drive back to Patras along the road we took to pick up our cruise. Dramatic landscape hills and cliffs and half completed abandoned buildings and bridges, grey olive trees white buildings. Onto another ferry ... Long slow process once again .... Waiting , waiting, waiting that's becoming part of this trip. There is something very wrong today ...... a strange phenomenon no blue sky and can't ...
... no water that was easily accessible. This was another really depressing reminder of the state of Greece as the marina was really a boat graveyard for forgotten boats with one fairly large yacht having sunk at the jetty, just the masts sticking out of the water at a thirty degree angle. Eerie! There were people that lived there on a permanent basis just surviving in their rotting boats. We were glad to move on again.
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... effectively giving them a two-lane highway. Except cars don’t fit in the hard shoulder unless they are parked: it isn’t quite wide enough or edged properly to allow normal traffic. So cars sort of straddle the edge of the lane, and overtakers just spread onto the other side of the road while almost side-swiping you at truly hair-raising speeds. So we just went slow and tried not to scream whenever another vehicle went blazing past.
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MONDAY 25th JUNE 2012 OVERNIGHT FERRY The Louis Olympia docked at about 4am which was a pretty rude awakening, but we had to be out of the cabin by 7.00am anyway, so we went up for a quick brekky at quarter to six and then having packed all our bags yesterday arvo (our cases were collected during the night) joined our group ready for disembarking at the designated time and place! With over fifteen hundred people getting off our ship at once and with about six ...