Loutra Beach Hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Refrigerator in room
- Russian TV Channels Available
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Travel Blogs from Kassandra
... and olive oil cream. Our final stop was to see an ancient Houro - 10 metres long and lying down.He was too big to shift.Quite amazing. Day 7 6July Today was a travelling day.Milkas husband dropped us at the port at 9 am and soon we were on our way to Rafina(a port of Athens)We arrived about 4 30 pm We could see our hotel from the dock so we trundled our cases up the hill.Our room was very nice with lovely sea views. After freshening up we set off to find a ...
... br> It was a good nap - a very deep sleep. I dreamed of a Philadelphia pretzel but believe it was part of my recovery from the convoluted body positions I withstood from the plane ride. An email check update disclosed that an elderly friend of our family, in Virginia, was very ill and had ...
I set the alarm this morning as I didn’t want to miss the view as the ship passed the first of the Greek Islands. It was a little disappointing as we were close enough to see that they were islands, but too far away for anything else of value.
We arrived at the port of Katakolon (South-western coast of Greece) at around 11:30am in beautiful sunny weather with hardly a cloud to be seen. We left ...
... exists in Greece too and it seems the locals have priorities right with friends and family being valued over things.
I spent my last night in Santorini at a bar. What was supposed to only be one drink turned into six but it was nice to be able to let my hair down for a change and let go. My roomate and I by some miracle giggled our way the 20 minute walk back to our hotel. This morning whilst she nursed a hangover I fortunately nursed nothing but fond memories ...
... tea, a speciality of the Turks. Santorini was the next port and certainly one of the most spectacular. Santorini was all that you would imagine it to be. Such magnificent scenery. Santorini is essentially what remains of an enormous volcanic explosion that destroyed the earliest settlements on what was formerly a single island. Our tour took us to Oia which is the village where most of the images we see of Santorini are taken. We ...