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- Swimming pool
- 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 ...
... Park, or Vikos Gorge region, has many well-preserved small villages built on steep slopes, all in stone: streets, walls, houses, slate roofs. Roads joining the villages are paved, with two exceptions across the interior. There are numerous hotels (most villages have at least one) but some are closed and many are slightly expensive (€70 and up). Strangely, there are no shops in most of the villages. ...
... stairs to find yet another in front of us... then of course the "are we there yet" chants started but we'd come too far to turn back without seeing this bridge so "it better be the best bridge we've ever seen" became the next mantra........ anyway after what seemed like 5kms later we finally got a glimpse of this bridge and yes it was pretty but not the best!!! "OK.. we've seen it,can we go get lunch now"?? "I could eat"... "yes I could eat" and then the long climb to the ...
... etc but I was pleased to not have had to stop for them!! As we didn't want to face the hotel breakfast again we headed down to the waterfront and settled on Ikaros Cafe ( which incidentally is where Deb and I had the alcohol free cocktails ). Whilst we were sitting waiting for our breakfast we heard a whistle blast and down the road strides a police officer (what was that I was saying about not seeing any?), we weren't sure if he was maybe just a traffic cop cos he ...
... crossing took about an hour. The longest one yet on the whole journey. Most of the time was taken by selecting random ( my guess) people off the bus for them to identify their luggage and have it searched. Luckily I wasn't one of those people and didn't have to show my dirty underwear (I have nothing else).
Arrived in Ioannina at about 11. However, I got dropped off at the intersection to the ring road - about 5km from the center. Not ...