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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Marina entered, and began her very critical review process to see if anything met with her approval. She found a long, black dress, which fit her beautifully, gave the lady 50EURO, and we left this shop, with a successful purchase. Me? I saw nothing, so, bought nothing. It was so wonderful to have shops, and a town was was truly fun to be in. The exploration part of our outing took us to the top of the Grand Harbor on the port side. With lovely views, and ...
... have had enough of Crotone and Milazzo type of places. A quick Grand Marnier, and coffee, before each of us said goodnight... With Jacques' parting words.... "Thank you Robiiinnnn for your good work." Another day in Milena paradise... And how truly blessed I feel! Bon Nuit..... ;❤ᥧ 9;❤️❤️d 84;️8 884; ...
... and loose it for 30 minutes. Then have it for 1 hour, and loose it for 7 hours. Today, them temperatures were well into the 90's, and we lost power yet one more time. Poor Jacques, and his endless trips to the office. Now it is not only us, but the entire marina is without power, and everyone is NOT happy. I guess that is what it took, because now we have power, and have had so for a couple of hours. We should be able to run the AC, but, I ...
... As his presence became more difficult, Jacques told him he must leave once Millie got to Milazzo, by no later than Sept. 12. Well, within hours after we were tied up in Millazzo. (yesterday).... Alexio left. Jacques has hired two more crew members to help us with our trip back to Cannes. The first crew member will be here on the 12th of September. He is currently on a sailboat, coming here from Athens. Once he arrives, we will leave Milazzo. The second crew member will join us in ...
... not understand, or like what Alexio was saying, and were most grateful for Jacques speaking up, and clearing the air with just a few words. Oh my.... What more can I say? The skies were beginning to cloud up, and it started to rain as we entered the Straits of Messina. (The narrow body of water between Sicily and mainland Italy. To the North of the Straits of Messina lies the Thyrranean Sea, and to the South the Ionian). The rain did not last long, just long enough to drench ...