Hotel Mavi Deniz
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... an earthquake. The Italians rebuilt it in 1938. The Italians have done a great job but spoilt it by decorating inside with a lot of Italian furniture, relocated mosaic floors etc. from Ancient Greek sites. Amazing! We then had free time to wander the streets. The Main Street that leads from the Palace is called The Avenue of Knights and inns are located along here that once housed the knights of various nationalities e.g. Inn of Spain, Inn of France. Wandered the narrow lanes ...
... out, smear it on, dry, get a bracing cold shower then a freezing hose off from the stern looking attendant, and gratefully slide into the 39* sulfur pool. We poured into the sports bar back on board for the all blacks v England game. Only to find there is no rugby channel. We are currently watching Italian serie B, EPL and Bundesliga all at once. Streamed the radio broadcast, much to the disgust of the German soccer fans. And NZ meted out bitter revenge in the ******** ...
We had a morning tour Sue and Darren - a lovely couple who are not about religion and are well travelled and down to earth. We had a great day with them and wish now we were doing the Holy Land with them as they have a car and driver and space for two more......... We were on our way by 0830 and into the old town to see a bit of it before it was closed down to traffic. name the sites stopped pottery - name of vessel lindros lunch walk about white ...
... up and had been engaged for quite sometime with one of the seminarians there. Neither of us had much interest it seemed in the monastery so we headed to one of the restaurants we had seen for lunch Lunch was greek salad served with a whole slice of feta and chicken souvlaki. We sat out on a terrace overlooking the town of Skala where the ship was docked. Then a stop by the bakery for sustenance for our return trip. This time we had the path all the way down! We went ...
... had been waiting 25 minutes for the baggage man. If his bags were to be overweight at the air port he would charge it to the hotel. He was still shouting while the porter came and I left with him to retrieve our bags. After this fuss his blood pressure boiled over when he couldn't find his passport. Such entertainment - his wife soon found it for him - his behaviour really was disgraceful.
It was a long hot transfer to the airport - around ...