Mainalon Resort Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... served in a little courtyard downstairs and consisted of freshly squeezed local oranges, warmed croissant, fresh toast, a cheese and ham toasted sandwich, greek yoghurt and runny honey, butter and marmalade. All served by a very sweet young waitress with gentle stilted and heavily accented softly spoken english. I note that it was soft and sweet as this is more of an exception to the general loud, harsh and rapid greek one hears. It was absolutely ...
... not reach Tolo until 8.30 pm.
I had expected to take a bus directly from Tripoli to Naphlion, as I had made this journey a few years ago. Today though, I had to take a series of buses, the first being to Astros. I was given the choice of Astros and Astros Paralia, so chose to alight at Astros first. It was early afternoon so very quiet and peaceful and after a quick tour I took a ...
... tourism, or because there was little sense that people were fighting back – recession did not seem to be biting as hard here. Sitting atop this mountain it felt like we were a long way from the bustle and turbulence of the cities. Despite this slow pace of life, the light was rapidly dying in the village and we needed to climb down quickly before nightfall. The following morning we would begin our journey to our second olive harvest on the trip so far, and an early start awaited us.
... to sit at the nearby park and talk with our tour leader who is a friend of ours. Besides, years back he had been working at a city very near Tripolis called Megalopolis, and we would very often choose to have dinner at a nice restaurant here in this city. So, I think this is the reason why Yianni prefers to sit and wait under the shade of some huge trees in the park.
We are given one and ...
... the Israeli takeover of a ship heading for Gaza which occurred a few days ago. One of the locals told me that the protestors were from the communist party.
I explored the downtown area for awhile, as many of the shops were still open. When I decided to return to the Hotel, I had a bit of trouble reading the map and finding my way back, but I finally stumbled on it. I spent some time updating my records and getting organized ...