Bella Vista Hotel & Apts
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When we woke up this morning, neither of us could move without complaint. Calves, knees, thighs, and even abs had taken a toll from the day before. Yowza! Man, are we out of shape. I wonder how some of those other people faired??
We started off the morning by stumbling down to the port for a tour through the Maritime Museum. As we were coming down the stairs, holding onto the railing for dear life, an older couple started coming up ...
... with an awesome pool overlooking the sea. We watched the last of the sun setting and headed for bed. The next morning we shared breakfast on our balcony in the sun and questioned whether this was for real, such a great place! We headed to Fira for dinner that night, the white town right on the clifftop where the first rain on the season hit. We laughed a huge water drops fell through the roof into our wine, we didn't mind and ...
... without O-Rings), it was our first boat dive, and first dive with people other than just our instructor/divemaster. After leaving our snorkels behind (despite our argument, the dive master was very insistent that we leave them), about 12 of us got on a tiny boat and bounced our way through the choppy water. There’s nothing like wearing your full gear (BCD, Tank, weights, wet suit) in that kind of condition to make your butt hurt! Brad and I rolled ...
... century BC! The potteries are for you Mum..they used some sort of wheel to turn their clay. The large urn is the same height as Brian it was turned in three to four pieces.....someone must have been the turner & someone else the potter surely? Must have been a combination of coils & turning. Later potteries were seen to be painted then the dark paint was etched. You may make out the little blue pottery....time after trade with exports & imports.
... in the early 1900’s and then decided in the 1920’s to restore some elements of the complex. The restorations included rebuilding portions of the palace from his interpretations to help the imaginations of others when viewing the Palace ruins. We were shown the plumbing system, which included baths & flushing toilets – very impressive. Yes that was in the palace, not on the way in by the gift shop either. Many ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking