- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Korfos
... a glass full of ice, and even more Ginger Ale or Tonic Water. We left the barely consumed shot glass next to the bottle to warn others.
After a quick lunch we went for a walk around the harbor while purchasing some amazing gelato along the way. Note, without touring ancient sites and doing hikes every other day – the Italian gelatos on every street corner here would be the end of anyone’s physique. Our hotel manager ...
... story is good but its a boring sight) and so we missed the ancient part of the island. And as we were also only there for four hours we didn't get the opportunity to see any of the beautiful beaches that the island has. All we honestly did was shop and I didn't see anything I wanted so for me it was just a wander in town. We then got back on the boat and it set sail for our last island stop, Santorini. In the sailing time we started packing our bags as we can put ...
... ago to somewhere in the medieval period and I'm pretty sure stuff happened in between! Anyway it was about a 45min drive to our destination and we were going to the ancient acropolis of Lindos. This was (as you would expect) up on top of a hill/cliff and the modern town was sort of nestled down below in the bay. While I did miss loss I did hear that Rhodes is the 4th largest of the Greek islands and its big enough that locals do 'pack' the car to go from one side ...
Our last full day in Greece. We first went to a church that was destroyed by Turkish troops. We then went to a couple ports. We first went to the port of Chania. We spent our time their sitting a the cafe and watching the ocean. The second port was the port of Rethymnon. It was just like the first one and we did the same things there. We had to drive to the ferry and spend a night on it. None of us could sleep though because some Greek teenagers were being very noisy all ...
... The ancient city was about a 30 minute drive from the port town so we hopped on a bus and met our tour guide for the morning. He was quite a character making jokes about how the western world has very wrong ideas about Turks, often asking him why he is white, not wearing a turban and why aren't we in the desert. He also talked about his life and how he trained to be an archeologist, spent a few months working at the site we are visiting and realised he was in the wrong career. ...