- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Now, I used to really like snails, I've had a few in my time, had some in Paris recently. I ordered some snails at lunch, and now I'm not sure I'll ever eat snails again. I won't go into detail here, but it was just as must people imagine eating snails to be.
Frozen Greek yogurt was the only thing that was going to wash that flavour out of my mouth, and it did a mighty fine job.
Lie down, then dinner of Gyros. In Greece they come with chips ...
... We chose, instead to walk along the strand to get further down the shoreline. So many restaurants had dozens and dozens of chairs open and waiters standing in front trying to entice us to choose their place. We brought our own little lunch of sandwiches and fruit, so we declined, but thought it might be good to come back to this place at the end of our day if we didn't find a better place to eat dinner.We met a nice couple from Albany celebrating their ...
... showed its face, we started clicking, carefully controlling our breathing.....as though we had been waiting there all day! Ah, show-offs, that was the word I was looking for! Felt good though! Good test for the lungs too...now finally cleared for some further fitness training!
That evening, we were flicking the TV channels and guess what, everything we have in NZ is here in Greece! "Dine with Me" in Greek! "Dancing with ...
... in the morning. Daniella and I managed to touch it which felt very strange. At 02.00 we all called it a night and went to bed.
This morning I slept later than usual and when I was about to go out Sharon came to say that they were off to have something to eat and if I didn't want to join them. We had squid and calamari which tasted amazing. We then decided to go to one of the many shops that had fish tanks where you then put your feet into and the fish ...
... for Meteora a man in a jewelry shop runs out and asks where we are from. When we tell him Melbourne, he comments "oh where we have exported all the bad Greeks too." This makes us laugh. We have met some really nice Greek people since we have been here. They don't seem overly concerned with the economic woes of the country but only the way these are being portraited in the press. But when it's all said and done they just go with the flow. The rest of the day is spent enjoying the ...