Fiscardo Bay Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Fiscardo
... It's great having the freedom to come and go as we please.
Off again and we had a quick walk further along the main street and tried some greek yoghurt and honey, recommended by a friend. Well I'm going to be having that again! On we went to Vagionia bay, so beautiful and a funny makeshift cafe/restaurant at the waters edge where we sat and enjoyed a drink. The water was so incredibly clear with lots of little fish. ...
... improved, as we knew it would and by the afternoon it was warmer and the sun was shining now and then.
I would be lying though if I didn't admit to having moments of feeling a tad melancholy and sad at not seeing my family on this milestone birthday. I know when I'm subconsciously feeling out of sorts, as I often have weird dreams (as I have the last couple of nights) and vivid flashbacks of people and memories of precious days gone by. In ...
... other tourists. We were on a mission to find me a bikini and birthday ring. Not much luck with either. My boobs are too big and chubby to fit into any of the bikinis here! You may wonder what on earth I am thinking...but when I'm overseas I don't care and sure enough later in the day I saw many Greek mummas strutting their stuff in their bikinis. I find them more comfortable than a tankini. And ...
... 8217; off - I just stood looking in awe. Boy does travelling bring out the worst in people! Even the dogs were looking dejected and tired. Ugghhhh, I was so tired along with everyone else, and even a good strong Italian cappuccino didn’t help.
I got chatting at the airport to a 73yr old English woman who was suffering with hip pain but soldiering on, and we talked for a while about her life in the ...
Stopped at the Greek port of Argostoli. Very small town. Part of the Kelonica Island. What is amazing how a cruise ship this size managers to dock at such a small town, part of a canal so to speak. We taking the next 2 days to rest as we have 2 nights at Bella Italia, then off to Rome, which will be a lot of walking and site seeing with the ...