Kinetta Beach Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Kinetta
... books and folk art earrings made from Greek stamps. We then headed to eat along the coast before taking a ferry over to the Bourtzi fortress. We then took two different ways to the Palamidi fortress. Robyn and I took the hop on hop off tour bus while Andie and Alice took the 999 stairs. Alice: After going to Bourtzi, Andie and I returned to the hotel to drop off souvenirs and refill water bottles before attempting ...
... But when I go by myself, he gives it to me at a discount. He tells me he would do it all the time but he can’t afford it. I don’t mind. In fact, it swells me up with pride. When I do buy with others, he winks whenever I put down my coins. He is wonderfully nice man.
Football. The first time I spoke of the sport was to a man who own a bar. I accidently said soccer. I asked “Do you have the soccer game on?” I have never seen a man with ...
... power goes out to the whole building! It was not awesome. It complete pitch darkness we tried to find the switch board which Jason eventually found down on the first floor of the building. We had no idea what to do and all the switches were in their correct places - worst possible timing. With no other choice and pretty sure everyone else in the building was asleep we just just flipped all the switches for a few minutes and after about half an hour something finally worked and ...
... help bring our body temperatures down. We walked around the town a little more, and checked out the restaurant we wanted to have dinner. We made reservations for 3 persons to return at 8:30p.m. Great.... we had time enough to return to Milena, have a shower, and consume an aperitif, before returning the the Sunset Restaurant for dinner. After a terrific dinner of Lobster (Marina), Mussels (Jacques) and penne pasta with feta, kalamatas, and ...
... to the bar for a glass of wine and and a gin and tonic. They also gave us an array of various snacks that went along wery well with our drinka! Then time to pack to get ready to head to Santorini in the morning. Can I tell you, its starting to get difficult to crunch our stuff into our luggage. With only a carry on and a small shoulder bag each, the tetrizing has begun! Thank goodness Karen is a pro at packing!!! Then ready for an early flight at 8:30 ...