Limeni Village Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
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... Crete. This monument and the gravestones are on the foreshore of Souda harbour. In Athens we have visited the Acropolis site and admired these huge structures built thousands of years ago. The continuing restoration programme of The Parthenon and other historical structures is incredible. We have sampled a number of traditional Greek dishes and enjoyed the Greek hospitality. Many of the cafés have live Greek music ...
... Each one of these also had a military band that passed playing. There were also representatives of the state guards in full uniform of embroidered tunics, white tights and black shoes with huge pom-poms on the toes. They marched by kicking high their right leg straight to waist height, then left knee up and step. An extroadonary display. During the march past, there were sudden bursts of noise which heralded the flyover of another type of military plane and/or helicopter. ...
- sharing gluhwein and wurst in Berlin's Xmas markets
- fighting for no apparent reason and then making up in an equally impressive manner under the watchful eye of the imposing Austrian monastery of Melk
- discovering the unusual and unexpectedly intense nightlife of the Greek island of Kithnos
- soaking the sun, quietly, with our books, together and alone at the same time in the beaches of Samos, Paros and so many other seaside ...
... are expecting a Poland short break (the two of us), as well as a sunny week in Milos island (with dad and Antonis joining that one) Joint travel highlight: - Petra! The sheer beauty of the place, as well as the various means of transport used to make it through it: horses, camels, donkeys,... Memorable joint travel experiences: - touring the German countryside ...
... shopped, had lunch, and walked to the top of the castle overlooking the town. It was beautiful and perfectly medieval. After that we went to the town of Monteriggioni. It was tiny! There was one main strip of road which had a church, a bar, and a restuarant along with like 3 shops. The charm of the town was very well-preserved though--it reminded me of going to the Renaissance festival, although a tiny version of it. Unfortunately we had banked on having dinner at that ...