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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and found it very hard going, but beautiful. Maybe that's the point.
Australians have a special connection with Hydra, since our novelist George Johnston - he wrote the semi-autobiographical My Brother Jack - lived here for many years with his writer-partner Charmian Clift, during the sixties. Many writers and artists stayed with the Johnstons during that time, including the young Leonard Cohen ( he wrote ...
... we had come across but everything looked pretty tasty. Jamie decided she was in the mood for some pasta just to mix things up a bit and I went for the de-constructed pork belly souvlaki things. So good! We ordered their version of a Póros salad which is just a basic leafy salad with nuts and whatever seasonal fruit was around. We got nectarines and it was awesome. Good start to Póros food.
Next day was just cruising with beers and books. We swapped between the deck ...
... furnishings of the the man who was an important political figure in the Greek War of Independence of 1821.
From Hydra we headed back to Athens by a catamaran ferry which was smooth, quick and very comfortable. On our last free afternoon we headed to the Museum of Cycladic Arts and then walked back to our hotel. Our good bye dinner was at the restaurant Mani Mani. We had tried to go before our tour started but ...
... guide. When Jonathon saw me looking at the autopilot he frowned and slowly shook his head, “No, no” he said, “this will not do,” I was now feeling even more of a novice.
“Have you got any tape?” he asked. Kathie raced down below and came up with a roll of thin white tape, “Will this do she asked?” “Perfect” he said, “Now hold neutral helm and put some tape at the top of the wheel so you will know ...
... his hard work. Unfortunately, there was a rude, old, fat, Greek guy who kept staring at Mom and it made her very uncomfortable. Of course, she is too polite to call him on it and so am I so we ate fast (she ordered mousaka for dinner which is very adventurous as she doesn’t like eggplant… I was proud of her) and looked forward to toping it all off with some gelato from the recommendation of Amy ...