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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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... room much more vintage 1926. Jacques plans on transforming the remaining three walls to mahogany this winter. What a beautiful evening, with the bestest of foods, and the finest of people. Marina made a wonderful fruit salad for dessert, prior to her making of turkish coffee, and Grand Marnier topside. Dennus did not want to go topside, so he and Denise were saying their goodnights. I told Marina, I would love my coffee and GM, on deck. "Righty-ho, Robin...." ...
... Irina suggested: Luquos. (pronounced: Luka's) Nice man, wonderful food, clean setting, and the best saginaki since Pedi Harbor, Symi. After lunch we all walked back to Milena.... finding a "pandora" jewelry stop along the way. Walking into that heavenly cold store, I could have stayed for overnight. The woman was very nice, as I sat down in a chair, next to the AC unit, and asked to see "Greece charms". In the end I bought three charms: the protective ...
... on Buckner Island, after she did her snorkel with long floatee. I was going to join her, until I felt the truly frigid waters, and decided not to participate.... Dennus felt the same. I waited only a few minutes, till Denise was back on Milena, and we took Buckner Island out for a sun-swim-sit, while being tied to the swim ladder. Yes, indeed, this Ionian born tube is just as much fun in the Aegean..... (along, of course, of being the most comfortable bed on Milena). Thank ...
... an invisable set of ears....wanting them to be as horrified as I was. I tried to straighten this circular rubber mass, but it was wedged between the hull, and the salon windows casing. Oh my..... well, if I can not get the mass to move, I will try and wedge myself on top of it in a straight and level position, as if planting myself on a bunk wedging sideways during rough crossings on Milena. The wind was howling, and rushing past my bed enough to rustle its not quite ...
... The church was built in the name of John the Evangelist who was exiled there for 18 months in 95AD. From here we went down to a cave called The Grotto of the Apocalypse, where John lived and supposedly received the visions which he recorded and are known as The Book of Revelation. No photos allowed in the chapel or at the Grotto. Paul and I left the tour bus (I needed a bit of a breather after all of this!!) and walked down via the old ...