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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... cabin... not just pick up the free rolling belongings. After I picked up, and re-stowed all that was loose in the salon.... I went topside to join Denise, who was hanging on to the Milena table for dear life. She had her suit on, and her book in a plastic bag.... she was set...or at least as set as she could be. The distance we had to travel today was around 10 miles, or around 1-1/2 hours. She was still looking good, better than I had expected. As we ...
... down the Eastern shore of Leros, when suddenly Denise said. "What's that, up there on the top of that hill?" "That is the castle we are going to." I said very calmly. "We certainly are not going to walk to it....are we?!" she said horrified at the thought. "The last time I was here, yes, I did climb one way -- down..... a switch-back staircase... and it takes around an hour.". "Oh.....!...." was all Denise could manage to say. past memory: the last time I was ...
... of varying riser heights. Once we arrived at the monastery I found it so fascinating... and meticulously maintained. For almost 2 hours we scrambled around nooks, crannies, hallways and staircases.... all of us snapping photos of all we encountered. A very interesting and fun sight. Mike was to take us back down to the harbor at 12:30, so we had time to spare. Denise and I took this opportunity to "shop", dodging in and out of air-conditioned ...
... gave it life. Artemis next persuaded some of the inhabitants of the area around Mount Latmos to go and live on the island - which they did to please her. In her honour they named it Litios that is another name of Artemis, meaning “daughter of Leto”. An inscription in the museum of the monastery of St. John mentions that Orestes, pursued by the Furies for the murder of his mother, took refuge on Patmos and built the great temple of Artemis on the same site the Monastery is ...
... peaches and grapes ... a meal meant for royalty. The harsh yellow table light, was then replaced by three vanilla candles, and the Grand Marnier, Brandy, and Salted Carmel tray were placed on the table, as the Turkish coffee was placed in front of those who chose it -- Dennus and me. Each of us chose our favorite spirit to accompany whatever else we had going. Me, I was till finishing off Marina's excellent cake, the red rooster wine served with dinner, the ...