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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in the salon, we pitched to the starboard, and two of the three drawers under the port couch opened, and a basket filled of stuff spilled onto the floor, and was rolling. Dennus was also in the salon, with headphones on, listening to something, I tapped him on the shoulder saying: "go to your room..." as I saw stuff hit the floor. He got up and left the salon, and went to his room. It wasn't until later that I found out he thought I meant him to stay ...
... in the early afternoon sunshine, while I was reading. Before I knew it Denise and Dennus were back, and we all ascended the ladder, to the table already set up for our afternoon meal. Our culinary treat today was a spinach torte, and Greek salad, with, of course, the white wine spritzer. Afternoon siesta was cut short today, because I want to get to Leros to show Denise and Dennus the medieval castle of the Knights of St. John. We played roll-out as ...
... at the Cave of the Apocalypse, and said he would wait for us as we viewed. This cave, had a very plain, but pretty church inside of it. John of Patmos, later becoming St John, had his visions here. Returning to our chauffeured taxi, Mike then took us up as close to the Chora as he could. From here we had to follow the signs for the Monastery. It was getting hot, and climbing was not very much fun.... particularly straight up, combined with ...
... to her twin-brother Apollo, who was not keen on raising the island and spoke to his father Zeus who promised to help. Zeus asked permission from his brother Poseidon (Neptune) the powerful and feared God of the Sea, who had no interest in the little island and gave his approval. And so, thanks to Zeus’ divine power the island of Patmos emerged from the sea in stunning beauty and the all-seeing Sun-god Helios (Selene’s brother) warmed the island with his rays ...
... my book... I declined. I felt the urge to rescue my heroine from the lurking danger around her, Neil had our cocktail hour set up for us, with everything the five of us like to drink., trying to be so careful as to not interrupt our Roll Out dice game in progress. Instead of going into the small village for dinner, Jacques and Marina made of a lovely chicken with mushroom, accompanied by steamed zucchini. The piece de resistance was her vanilla cake, frosted with ...