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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... streets, again white limed buildings and here all the trims are in blue, quaint little shops, visited a second hand book shop which was in a traditional building down under the cliff, had a beer in a balcony bar overlooking the Candemera. Saw the donkeys carrying passengers up the winding cobble stairs - we were warned off several times about travelling down on donkeys. So it was the cable car instead. Quite spectacular! Back on board for another overnight cruise back to ...
... read greek letters after about 3 hours of sleep from the night before in the airport. Luckily, while going through customs we found two American girls who were on holiday from studying in England. We navigated our way through the subway system until we had to part ways. When we emerged from the metro, we realized no street signs matched our English directions. We wondered around looking for a hotel, but time and again they would be booked or ...
... either fruits or vegetables. They are sweet and often contain whole items of what they are made from, kind of like preserves. They were traditionally served to guests on a spoon – that’s where the name came from. But they also can be spread on top of ice cream or yogurt.
Another pseudo-stop was the fruit and vegetable market. We didn’t actually eat in the market, but Dorina did stop to pick up a selection ...
... I’d turn around to find my portion of cheese dwindling. I can’t believe I fell for that old trick.
We walked over 10 miles today, so the evening ship activities were out of the question. I disappeared to my special book reading chair out on one of the decks and walked back in the room around 8:30 to find Jason snoring logs. I guess we are turning in early to get ready for our big day in Ephesus tomorrow. More ruins…I can’t ...
... pork (wasn't expecting that much!) as I have them leave out the bread. Then it's too hot to wander further on a full stomach, so I retreat to the shade of the hostel lobby. I can see why they have a culture here of moving slow and napping in the afternoon. Greece has indeed been incredibly relaxed in all the areas I've been so far, like you'd think from a movie or stereotype (seems to be a fairly accurate one). Crossing roads ...