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- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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We stayed at this beach however decided not to go though a large beach puddle. Others did. Later we talked to some German campers who had been locked in here for 3 weeks, not that they were complaining. It had rained and the estuary filled up. Mind you we had not really seen much rain. We considered the risk for one night and decided to have a lovely swim in beautiful in water. Sadly we could not stay! ...
... to arrive. In that time, Dad and I returned to the hotel where we packed our suitcases and checked out. I ran into the Argeroploses in the lobby and our fun began there.
Driving to Monemvasia took about 4 hours. Mom enjoyed this kind of driving because the roads were curvy, she could drive quickly, and she got to pass many cars (sometimes 4 at a time while following Mr. Argeroplos!). For Dad and me, the ride ...
... as the tallest peak is pretty high. The old fortress area is on top and you can take the steps up to reach it. When we arrived to Monemvasia, we we're met by George's friend who let us in to the apartment. We got our bags checked in and quickly got changed to go for a swim. The weather was so hot we didn't want to do anything else! There isn't really a beach on the island - you can go back to the mainland for one, but there is a little area to go ...
... to check out Byron's wine cellar! And, he reminded both of us of my Dad, he is small in stature, he folded his arms over a little belly (well at times Dad's was bigger!) and he had a warm and engaging smile! We asked if he was Byron, he said yes and the rest made for a delightful afternoon! His place is three stories but the business is on the first level. He turned the lights on and it looked like an incredible mix of old and older furniture, ...
... is known as the Rock of Gibraltar of the East. We had to park our car outside the town and walk through the gate (mone and emvasia, meaning "single entrance") to get to the town.
The town walls and some Byzantine ruins remain from the medieval period. The lower town consists of one cobblestone street with winding corridors shooting off that street. The upper town, atop the rock was the site of ...