Loukas Hotel & Apartments
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Hot tub
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... small stoves, dog owners and parents exercised their pets and children. The booking office told us that loading was at 10.00 pm, that came and went, as did 11.00 and 12.00, eventually at 12,10 there was a knock on the window, the dock had been changed we had to go to no.10. At no. 10 we joined the queue for the ferry that still hadn't arrived. At 12.30 it docked and we embarked. We're very tired, it's way past our bed time. We got to our cabin and settled in with a night ...
... land it seems strange to see such a mix of vehicles, on Crete about 80%25 of the vehicles were 4x4 pickups,in various sizes and states of disrepair, the remainder were mostly small vehicles. Many of the vehicles had bent panels on them. We think it is from the falling rocks that litter the roadswe came to a bridge that spanned an inlet, it wasn't very long but cost us 13.60€ to cross it, I had only got ...
... other at the terminal. I buy a ticket, €96.50 for me and the bike. The ferry at midnight for the 19 hour crossing. I while away the hours in a cafe that has internet. They are showing a Premier League game live. Man City win at Villa with two late goals.
... Auckland University Kiwi Cultural Club! This was the penultimate night of the two week festival so not to be missed. The ticket girl said yes the show was at 9, but the first dancing might be 9:30, 9:45, or 10, but it would finish at 12! Somehow everyone knew the real program, at 9:15 the small open air stadium was empty enough to gain us front seats, by 9:40 it was full and in the eye of a stiff breeze, the Italian opening act got underway; medieval banner-flag throwing. The ...
... 235;l Domjan (Neuchatel, Switzerland). A significant stopover was Cancún, Mexico, during the 2010 United Nations Climate Change Conference held there from 29 November to 10 December 2010. During the expedition, Tûranor PlanetSolar broke two records: the fastest crossing of the Atlantic Ocean by solar boat and the longest distance ever covered by a solar electric vehicle. Technical problems with the propeller system forced the vessel to stay in an ...