Mainalon Resort Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and switched it off. Seems a bit odd that we would just stay in and watch TV when we are on 'holiday', but Leanne and I came to an important realisation recently, which is worth sharing to the unenlightened of you.
In this modern age where transport and transit are so swift, easy and convenient, we often use the words 'travel' and 'holiday' interchangeably. 'Going on holiday' implies 'travelling' somewhere, and ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... a rather large town with a variety of things happening. We have to find a good place to meet the guy from the rental place. Our options for returning to Porto Hydra do not appears as easy as we first envisioned. It will work out I am sure. Dinner was at a portside tarvena that had Wi-Fi and with luck we were able to connect to Samantha. Dinner started with a mushroom and crčme sauce dish that was super, main courses were pork and chicken Lots of pictures a bit of video ...
... the way up, the view was amazing and ever-changing (but really hot and tiring). Every few stairs and winds the view would slowly change, bringing on a new angle to the town and water below. When we got to the top we were surprised at how much bigger the fortress is on the inside compared to how big it looks from the outside. We spent a long time wandering around the inside. We climbed up to the lookout points, saw the prison cells, and ...