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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and strong wind were once again throwing the ship around like a small fishing boat.
The rough seas continued battering us for hour after hour until at about 11pm something strange happened. The ship started listing to starboard side and was really rocking side to side at an alarming rate. Had we changed directions and the wind was hitting the side of the ship or were we taking on water???
With the ship listing badly and rocking and rolling as it was I ...
... The old man had seemed to completely expect us to stop for him and was surprised when we did not stop immediately though, of course, we did. After dropping him off we enjoyed an outstanding lunch in this charming mountain town.
We took the long way home in returning to Ioannina to return the car and stopped in one town that was located at the end of a twisting mountain road. It was clearly an ancient town and it also seemed clear that there had only recently been ...
... by a very kind gentleman while his young sons gawked at us in amazement. We then returned the way we had come. The conclusion of the hike had us climbing the same trail we had descended of course and Lynn and I took our pulses to see how we were faring. In the time that it took me to count 30 beats, Lynn had only counted 24, a good indication of her terrific physical state (or of my poor one - though I really think it's the former).
We had wanted to attempt ...
... which is also very predominant on the radio, surprisingly, instead of pop music) and the older women and men all appeared to be dressed in their Sunday finery.
We saw a sign for the old church which was named Theotokos. I have a good friend in Chicago whose name is Theotikos (naturally, he is Greek) and thought we would have to go and see this church. Surprisingly, none of the activity was happening anywhere near the old church and there were ...
... trip, was the Stone Forest which is not far from Monodendri. It is an area with scattered autumn trees and dotted amongst them are hillocks of stone of differing sizes and shapes.....some quite large, some quite small, some random shaped and some shaped like beehives, all different from each
other and yet because of their substance all the same......They are truly amazing geological formations of horizontally layered stone, possibly some sort of slate maybe? They are wonderful ...