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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... easy!! I was now asked if I was willing to be one of three judges on a panel for the final of the talent show. After further persuasion, I reluctantly agreed. This is an experience I actually enjoyed for several reasons.
1. Free champagne!
2. I didn’t have to say anything!!
The judging was simple. After the act, the contestant stood in front of the panel and in turn we would either show a star (good) or a cross (not so good). Joe, ...
... area has been used for farming since Ancient Roman times. In fact some of the walled areas that we could see on our drive in were actually over 2000 years old and had been kept in excellent condition. The farm itself was very charming and completely self-sufficient. They produced their own goat’s cheese, prosciutto and olive oil in addition to the wines and we were lucky enough to get to try everything. The icing on the cake was the fact that the farm was ...
When planning this part of our trip we knew moving around with the kids would be difficult & tiring during the summer heat so we aimed to stay in places for 2-4 weeks at a time. But after watching the tv series Game of Thrones (and hearing peoples travel stories) we decided we couldn't pass up going to Dubrovnik as we were so close. And we're very happy that we did! We took a 4-5hr bus trip from Split (that required passing through Bosnia and passport ...
... to find a taxi and it was pretty reasonably priced at 15 euro. Then to figure out how to get two boarding passes each. Self check-in only wanted to give us one for the Athens leg. Hmm ... Have to say Santorini airport is woefully inadequate. There were queues outside to check in and crowds never dissipated. As soon as one flight was processed buses arrived with more people with very few seats at the airport.
July 12th brought us Phil's birthday! Unfortunately, we spent half of the day traveling to Dubrovnik. We got off to a rocky start at the Trogir bus station; the 9am bus we planned to take to Dubrovnik was full. Instead, we had to catch a local bus that took us to Split (the long way), where there was a bigger bus terminal and more options to get us to Dubrovnik. Luckily, we were able to take the 11:45 direct route (without making a hundred ...