Lvzz Hotel Spa
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Indoor pool
- Heated pool
- Conference facilities
- Room service
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... as far as we where led to believe.
Ordered our ferry tickets and day spa, wandered a bit further and found a cafe with Strongbow on tap so stopped for lunch. The boys caught us up and joined us for awhile. Went out the back of the restaurant looking for a WC and found some guys with a 6 litre bottle of vodka. It was huge.
After lunch we went looking for the shops and the boys went looking for ...
Woke up a bit blah. The others got up had brekkie and headed to the beach. Decided I wasn't going to get any better staying in the unit so went down for a swim. Lovely. Not as warm as the mainland but amazingly clear.
Went and saw Nikos for lunch. Back to the sun beds and David went and got my goggles. He is a good husband. Went in and found some fish to look at.
... down the road for lovely dinner, back to the supermarket for the bits we forgot before heading back to our beds. I very cleverly body planted myself on the road. Gonna have a beautiful bruise on my knee, wrist is pretty sore up to my elbow. Don't think it's broken ...
... cover ourselves in mud which supposedly was good for our skin and found on a particular beach. For anyone wondering how we manage financially, let me explain our accommodation: we had a tent on rock solid ground with no beds, which I promise was painful. We then went to Ios, which was essentially an orgy for drunk Australians. We thought we would have to leave the next morning, but luckily the next day a lot of people left the camp, and some cooler people ...
... castles built with the desecrated remains of roman and Greek wonders, so that was no great loss. After arriving in kos and dropping of my bag at my hotel, I procured a scooter and spent most of my time exploring the island. I had a really great three days zipping round the island, exploring the little villages doting the mountains, ranged from mega touristy (Zia), to quaint and sleepy and even the odd abandoned village slowly falling down. I stopped off at random beaches ...