- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free parking
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Since I was unlucky and was not able to visit India, I decided to go to Corfu, Greece, for my first ever Greek wedding experience. ACTE and BCD together a program where I could still attend few meetings virtually.
When I landed in Corfu, and my friend took us to the guest-house we would be staying in, I realized that I had no WiFi, and we were somewhere in the corner of the island and I had a meeting to be on next morning. I woke up at 07:00 next morning, ...
Arrived in Venice Saturday which is a destination I enjoy,maybe as it is surrounded by water. Saturday wandered Venice checked the Opera house and boarded the Ship on Sunday afternoon ending a casual stay enjoying the warmth. Monday was a sea day,Tuesday Dubrovnik-Bosnia three checkpoints Croatia into Bosnia into Croatia then arriving in Bosnia. They are planning a bridge to skip the slip of Bosnia that interrupts Croatia. Visited Moscar and the bridge which has been ...
... mooring to the dock at the marina. By now I pretty much have the “Tie the rope onto the tie thing, get it ready in 2 handfuls, toss the rope over to the side of the guy on the dock, get it back, tie it to the tie thing, grab the rope hook, get the laid line leader, put the boat hook near the other person doing the other rope, follow the laid line dirty slimy and all to the bow and pull the laid line that is anchored to the ocean bed and get ...
... br> I bought their ONLY map - I should have known - it's out of date and pretty inadequate. Through gut instinct we found the E90 - the old main road and scenic route. It was scenic and there was very little traffic.
We by passed Ioannina and enjoyed the drive. An impulsive decision to go into the Vikos National Park provided the afternoon's entertainment. It turns out to be dominated by ...
... buildings are occupied for a couple of weeks a year.
Camp Ksamil proved to be a tricky one for parking. It consists of a single storey building with the pillars and reinforcing in place to extend upwards.
There are 6 apartments - one for the owners and the rest to hire. Behind and in front of the building they've divvied the yard into parking bays for campers. As the space was limited, getting 'Bo parked was ...