Golden Sun and Golden Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Business center
- Swimming pool
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... as we sped towards the cliffs and caves. The captain slowed the boat and headed towards one. Skillfully
maneuvering the craft through the entrance, along a short corridor to a subterranean cliff face where he stopped. A strange light emanating from the water lighting up the entire cavern. “You want to swim?” he said in broken English. So within a minute, Dyana & I were swimming in this fantastic blue lit water grotto. It was ...
... preserved castles in Greece. Throughout its history the castle had had many inhabitants, Greek, Turkish, French and Venetian. However it was really the decline of the feudal system that made castles in general redundant.
Seeing a sign for thermal baths we got all excited and went to have a look. As expected access to the thermal pools was via a ...
... John took bus to Olympia and toured museum and archaeological site. Joyce did some shopping just browsing no buying
watched graffiti violin show. Very entertaining and aerial performance before going to bed
cocktails in Viking crown lounge has become our meeting place before dinner. Last night monitor night so received souvenir glasses with our drinks
Kamela has connected with two other girls and has ...
Tuesday evening, at sea. We decided to have dinner this evening in the Indian specialty restaurant "Corriander". There are several Indian chefs on board, and the menu promised a selection of Indian specialties. They certainly delivered. Firstly, Sheila our Sommelier from the main dining room had promised that she would bring us an appropriate wine to match the spicy food. True to her word, she appeared with a French White full of fruit and a spicy background (she had first ...
... the new walkway being constructed along the water's edge.
I maybe had a miniscule twinge of guilt that we had Olympia on the doorstep and didn't visit her. But both Philip and I have very special and vivid memories of our last visit there that we didn't want to compromise.
We sat in the late afternoon sun on our verandah watching the weary excursion-goers returning. One lackadaisical couple were taking selfies and strolling ...