Hotel Porto Eda
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- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
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... From the sea it jus looked like rocks but from our pix you'll be able to distinguish the castle itself. Then, we stopped at The Golden Fox in Lakones. A gorgeous outlook and even more, far and away the most amazing baklava we've ever eaten. Shortly before leaving, Spiros disappeared for a couple of minutes; then came back with what looked like groceries. We were confused but figured he just had to take some groceries home for his wife and two little girls, ages 4 and 7. We ...
... but I really don't know where we were--but we were served Greek food. Then we continued down the mountain to the old part of the city. That's usually where the tours take you so that you can become acquainted with some of the country's history. It was nice, today, though to drive through areas other than that.
In the old part of the town, we saw the fortress used to protect the city from invaders and had time to shop. Olive wood is a main product ...
... took us to Oia, a town on the island of Santorini, that is famous for watching the sun set into the sea. We watched the magnificent sunset off the coast of Oia, surrounded by other boats doing the same. Halfway through our cruise when we visited Mykonos, Cory and I treated ourselves to a day of rest and relaxation on the ship, so we didn't even get off the ship at Mykonos. ...
... we hadnt been ripped off even though this was double the price to Berat as locals paid the same.
Arriving in Gjirokaster it was much easier to orient then when we arrived in Berat. There is one main road leading from the highway into the town. I thought Berat and Gjirokaster were old ...
... ashore, bus to the town centre. Motor scooter/bikes weaving through traffic, the bus appeared to straddle the centre line which allowed the two wheelers to do their 'weaving'. 5 cruise ships in port, ours the smallest. The town was frantic. Did a real touristy thing and had a fish spa. After a foot wash you lower your feet into a tank where small fish clean your feet of loose skin cells much like a ...