Hotel Prince Stafilos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... nice weather so the beach has become priority for the kids.
This is the only true sandy beach on the Island and the kids and Cassie had a whale of a time running up and down the beach. I was on ball throwing duty and the kids were racing Cassie, it was a close contest as to who was going to run out of energy first. The water on the beach is very shallow so the kids could paddle out quite far which was ideal for throwing ...
... seems to be the case on most beaches we have been to. We then headed north to the end of the road which stops at Glossa, you take a sharp right then hit the road from hell, after some white knuckles a rather sweaty wife and some nail biting you make it to the beautiful church on the rock where the wedding was. Take a look at some of the pictures attached.
We ventured into Glossa after lunch where we had a leisurely ramble along the ...
... levels of Angry Birds. The kids are only allowed to play on their tablets when we are travelling so they jumped at the opportunity.
We arrived into Skopelos to be met by a rather friendly Yiannis who was the owner of our apartments. He said that we were the only ones in the block and so he has given us the best two apartments he has, shortly after settling ourselves we went for an explore around the town. There are so many quaint ...
... being a little shy before hand. We are proud of our children, we are obviously biased but they are wonderful little crinkles. They are so articulate, thoughtful and polite, this is not something I say that often as they can be horrors to each other sometimes but I am a proud father non the less. Not sure where that came from but I thought I would share it anyway.
Wifey and ...
... went to the restaurant called Aphrodite where we were the only customers there, we had a lovely fish which was like a red mullet. We also had some giant chickpea dish, a Greek salad, some Retsina (local pine resin flavoured wine) and a few other dishes. Illias had a heated conversation in Greek with the owner as it was a little on the steep side for Greek prices. Ilias got an octopus from a friend for us as a ...