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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... for our last Greek meal.It was really sad to see so many restauants with ************e in them.This financial crisis has really devastated the tourist industry. We walked along checking menus and finally settled on the last cafe which had a few locals in it. We decided to go with shared plates as we had done so often in Greece.Included was of course Tsaziki beetroot and octopus salads and broad bean dip.With bread and wine it was a fitting end to our Greek ...
Day 3 July 2:After breakfast we were informed that we needed to change rooms because of the booking mixup.I had found the email confirming the change of dates and my money was refunded.Thus I felt vindicated but it didnt change the fact that we had to change rooms.We packed up and got organised before our 2 pm pick up for the cruise. The boat was a catermaran with about 25 passengers.It was great to see the island from the sea. We stopped at the hot springs and I decided to go in.I wore ...
... local bus for only 1.6 Euro whereas many tour groups at Philipi would have paid a tour company many times more. I enjoyed asking locals where to catch the bus and getting a cheap bite to eat at a family restaurant in the village near Philipi.
I got back to Kavala and walked around some more and Kinda gave up another 5 star dinner to have dinner with me. What a wonderful woman she is and how much I love ...
Your other cities and towns were equally as varied and fascinating, some with medieval walled cities, others with Venetian architecture, grand harbours, palaces, castles or fortresses perched high above. In most places, no matter how touristy, I could always find plenty of quiet alleyways to get lost in or lonely dirt tracks to ramble among your olive trees or citrus groves.
Even your ‘Greek time’ has changed since we were last together ...
We arrived here ready for disembarkation at 8am. It's a nice looking port, at least from the ship. We can see an old castle-like structure up on the hill as well as one in the middle of the port. We take a tender to the town after breakfast. We usually wait a little for the crowd to die down. There's always a group that has to be first into port and then back to the ship before everyone else. While that may be a great plan, it's very difficult to execute unless you get up ...