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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the 2 Kms to town. Stunning views from the rocky hillsides to the harbour and fishing boats and stone built whitewashed houses. Apparently Richard Gere and Ali McGraw both have houses here. Interestingly, houses here are passed on from mother to daughter. Bad luck Kimbo! Would have been nice! We just wandered around the streets and lane ways, had a coffee and a bit of wifi-ing and more wandering until we found a little taverna for lunch. ...
We moored off Patmos in the afternoon of Saturday 29/9. Skies were.....hmmmm.....a little overcast! Anne our intrepid tour guide shepherded us expertly off the ship, onto the tender and into the bus and then up to the Sacred Grotto of St John. This cave was the home of St John when he was banished to Patmos in 95AD when the Emperor Dominican was busy persecuting the ...
We began our day with a visit to the convent of The Convent of Evangelismos (Annunciation) built by the hieromonk Nikiphoros who was cured from the plague after praying to St. Luke the Evangelist. It was a beautiful building and we visited yet another Greek church - women are supposed to wear a skirt or if they do not have one, they can take a wrap around skirt that is provided. Of course, I was at the back, taking photos and did not ...
... the cafe and drank lemonade and watched the water.
During our stay in Leros, there was a bushfire. We noticed the smoke and there were a lot of water planes, but the bush fire didn't bother us. One day, my Mum was driving to town, and she hit and damaged the side mirror of another mans car. Everyone came out of their shops to help Mum, because the man she hit, was not very well liked on the Island and was always double parking his ...
... s trip to Kusadasi and Ephesus. Tonight was Greek Night onboard - we drank Ouzo - one of us having just one sip, ate octopus (suckers and all) and enjoyed moussaka, stuffed tomatoes and bacclava. We also learnt Greek dances and generally enjoyed the evening. Tomorrow, in the late afternoon, we will be walking the streets of Pythagorien in Samos - sadly there won't be time to go to the cave, but at least we set foot on the ...