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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... our hotel room before going out again.
We ate dinner on a rooftop garden in Monemvasia. The food was spectacular - the lamb shank in particular. I love the bread here. It's so much better than the bread at home! I think I could eat bread and dip for every meal. Finally, after a full day of fun, we went back to our hotel room at about 12am.
Tomorrow we will go to Naplio. Until then,
... on and every now and then I could hear clapping as well. Unfortunately while we were there the upper town was closed for restoration projects. Kevin, however, got the opportunity to explore around a little. The ruins include a church which had the typical red tiled roof that we have seen in a lot of Greek towns. After all that hiking and walking we were ready for dinner. We went to one restaurant that had a nice balcony, but there were no balcony ...
... strawberry cheesecake (best desert of trip). Free famous orange juice. Walked to "lighthouse" past wild flowers. Later tasted white wine and honey wine (Edodimopolio Honey Shop). Walked causeway back to town. Olive oil tasting with Colin.
Group Dinner at Skorpios Taverna (Restaurant). Swordfish, salad, eggplant, apples with honey. J had Retsina (tar wine)
... dill. We had two glasses of wine and talked about his corporate career....he was a mining engineer and he worked for a mining firm with gold in the name, he ended being the Vice President. We talked politics, presidential hopefuls, greek politics, children, houses, Idaho, mining, economics and pets. We enjoyed the hell out of ourselves! We hated to say good-bye... This is the reason we love to travel...we found a beautiful old city, walked the streets, ...
... village of Githos to eat lunch of spinach pie. Githos is a tiny fishing port on the Lakonian gulf. Greek mythology says this is where Paris and Helen spent their first night on their way to Troy. On our way to the car, we noticed many bakeries, so we thought that was a sign to buy some cookies. Good sign, they were delicious!
As we approached Monemvasia, a narrow bridge leads you over the sea to the ...