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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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... went straight on to our night stop Nafplion, a lovely Venetian town on the sea. We walked the town after we checked in to Hotel Agemmenon which had an interesting sea side view and a bit of a hostel feel but it fit the bill for one night. We ate at the harbor overlooking the Venetian stronghold in the middle of the bay. We went to bed early because we (I) had 999 steps to climb in the morning to the Venetian cliff top ...
We got up and had breakfast at Jo's and the made the trek up the hill to Akrokorinthos. Must say I did not do well at all. Glad Graham was driving.
Got to the top and started up the hill to what looked like fort walls. I did not enjoy the short bit I did, may have been better if I had given myself some time to get over the drive up. David, Ruth and Graham all headed to,the top. Ruth did a ...
... a meat dish so I picked out what veggies I could and ate the bread roll. Our arrival into Greece was much the same as coming into Heathrow, we got our passports stamped at immigration,collected our bags and then just walked out with absolutely no customs control whatsoever.. weird!! Our plane landed at 4 and the hire car place didn't open til 5 so we got a cup of tea and some nuts to keep us going. I was starving by this time and feeling a little sick but really nothing was open. ...
... The hotel itself is world renowned, designed by top architects and retains its 60's feel. The rooms were comfy and clean, although I'm not too sure about the brown marble walls with the navy blue bathroom fixtures. But one step out onto the balcony and that disappears totally from your mind. The hotel is reached only by elevator and is some 300ft above the ...
... the open sky above dispels the notion quickly, particularly if it is raining which it did a bit during our stay. There wasn't much else to do besides catching up on our blog and go downhill for food. And enjoy the marching band leading Greek Orthodox religious processions through the streets which were otherwise quite deserted.
Our guesthouse host was a major NFL fan but his hopes on seeing our passports were quickly ...