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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Konstantina Studios Alonissos
Travel Blogs from Alonissos
... Currently on the FastCat back to Skiathos and travel home later. Three bigger children are travelling back to Athens and then have a couple of nights there to see the sights. Richard is travelling home later tonight so he can expedite treatment for his arms. He does need to be able to ...
Skipper up bright and early a better nights sleep although a bit of swell. Sam had the bright idea of trying to rig up springs on the back of the boat to ease the motion. This was a good plan and I think made the situation better. It is now 09:00 and nobody apart from skipper is up. They will be soon The plan for the day is to take the children Halyard Jumping and have a bit of a sail for our last day. Then back to our home port for ...
... We needed supplies of water so off went the skipper and first mate. On our return skipper fell off the back of the boat into the water. Nothing hurt but very wet!! Dinner was usual fare. The bigger children had cocktails (they will not do that again, they were disgusting) and the bigger adults had retsina which for some unknown reason tastes delicious in Greece and disgusting anywhere else! The cost of food is very reasonable. Around £10 per head for meals with drinks ...
... returned back to give the girls a ride up and down the harbour. Then all the middle sized children went off on the bikes helmets in place.
Later on we sent a message. Where are you guys???
In hospital was the reply..........
I was summoned to said hospital.
I was impressed with the only member of staff on duty. A midwife. She cleaned the ...
... the reefing systems etc before Jules made a delicious lunch for us all. We did think of anchoring but the wind was a bit high and anchoring is not one of our finer points we simply bobbed abound and ate. Then off for a bit of serious sailing. Captain Tilly had a long go at the helm as she was feeling a tad sea sick. This (along with medication) cured her. Given the head wind and general tiredness among the crew we put the engine on a motored to port. We were headed ...