Finday Boutique Hotel

Address: Lofou Finday, Kalavrita, Peloponnese, 25001, Greece | 2 star hotel
 
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      Saying goodbye to gyro

      A travel blog entry by arilauraharold on Nov 17, 2014

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      Our Peloponnese tour has had to come to an end, and the ferry taking us to Italy is calling. It is with deep regret we didn't have more time in Greece. It seems like this has been a common theme this year. Vanning here has been a breeze, with lovely sites, cheap, delicious food and free camping abundant. Though I guess we better not leave Laura’s sister abandoned at the airport in Rome.

      After ...

      Patras

      A travel blog entry by hannahandnicola on Aug 07, 2013

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      ... way too handsy, and then we decided it was time to go home. That cultural variation will not be missed by these Canadian broads....

      Anyways! The next 2 full days were spent in Rome and we were able to go check out the Colosseum and the Paladio around the same area. The heat was almost too much, but we survived. It was a really cool experience seeing the ruins of the ancient Roman innovation. That evening we decided to stay in, and we watched ...

      Getting to Italy (part one)

      A travel blog entry by while on May 27, 2013

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      ... and curse them too. I finally get to the ticket girl, and realise she has to deal with failing equipment, and it looks hard so I feel a bit less impatient. I get my ticket, costing only 12 euro port fees, and she assures me they serve salad on the ship. Eventually I put together a balanced lunch of orange juice, potato chips, and pork leg from the duty free shop, then steal wi-fi from the gluten-full cafe. Ferry leaves at 6, won't have free wi-fi so today's post is ...

      Summertime, and the livin' is Peloponn-easy

      A travel blog entry by swissandy on Aug 07, 2012

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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.

      Our destination ...

      The Darkness that is Not Penetrated

      A travel blog entry by ecsflemings on Jun 09, 2012

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      ... were the reason they left the states and came to Greece.


      John and Irene were working in the states, raising a family when they attended an International Teams sponsored “Concert of Prayer” led by George Verwer. John came home from work that Friday night tired and didn’t want to go to a missionary conference. “That’s for people who have studied at Bible school and have nothing else to do but go to the mission field,” he said. ...