Hotel Villa Adriana
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... have made some extra euros off me because I didn't pay attention to a non running meter or did not negotiate the rate at the start. When there is a language barrier it makes arguing a bit difficult after the fact. Cabbies you're making it really easy for me to side with Uber, just saying.
- The person who made the 3oz. liquid must have read my blog last month and called in a favor. While flying from Rome to Croatia my flight got delayed for a ...
... pounds on an automatic
bidet toilet seat that requires no paper use at all, or a cheap macerator to
grind everything to nothing. OK rant over.
Now off to Venice for a night before getting on our cruise
ship, Le Lyrial, heading for the Croatian islands.
Bye for now,
Richard and Christine
... it was the most windy day of our stay so it made the paddle boarding a little challenging. It took us a while but we got to this private....nude.... Beach which was mostly men and it was a little weird but really amazing. We spent some time snorkelling and relaxing before we headed back. On our way back the wind really started to pick up and I just couldn't push myself against it. It ended up taking me pretty far out in the middle of the ocean and ...
... work and personal items.
On Day Three we rented a Fiat Panda and toured the island. Naxos is the largest of the Cyclidic islands and has lots of wonderful twisty windy roads that were great fun to drive. The scenery is pretty amazing with a large mountain range that reaches to the sea in most places. The town of Naxos is probably some of the flattest area and it is easy to understand why ...
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They arrive and are a little loud but, I think they are just excited, seem a decent bunch.
Get ready to go out and have a drink at the bar with Pedros and Maria and then we decide to go to Fiesta, for dinner. This is set outside the main village and has good views down to the port. It is run by Lorna and her husband, we have been here a few times over the ...