Marcos Village Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... summer months. The architecture was typical of this part of Greece with whitewashed buildings perched beautifully on hill tops. After dinner on the yacht, the adults walked for about 15 minutes up a series of alleys and stairs to Chora for a few drinks without the kids. We were clearly well into the offseason and the town was deserted. We were the only patrons on the rooftop of the first bar we found, but it didn't matter - ...
... straight out of the sound of music, you know, this one: I promptly put my things down and happily hummed my way to the bathroom for a shower. Once all cleaned up, I headed into the village to find some food. I found my way to the fruit market and a little grocery store and then back home as it was getting late. Once back in the room I made myself a delicious bowl of spaghetti with crumbled crackers on top - hey, it was delicious and I don't know ...
... took us to the amazing place where we would be staying. The sunsets and especially the sunrises on this island are legendary. And we could see why as we sat by the pool and watched a big red circle rise up in the distance. Absolutely stunning.
From here we just explored the famous blue and white buildings and the stunning views. We met up with Ammo later in ...
... and he was fine with that. We went to a few more bars after that including Rehab where I did another 7 shots for a top purely based on the fact they had red singlets. At Circus Bar, which is run and owned by Aussies there was an amazing duo on a tiny ledge high up on the wall playing acoustic covers of modern day songs. They were realy good and I could of stayed there for the rest of the night but our "fill in" tour guide was a menace and rigidly stuck to ...
... zig-zag lane and caught the second to last tender back to the ship. Tomorrow is a day at sea, so I'm excited for another frozen strawberry daiquiri day around the pool. Then on Wednesday we have our last stop in Napoli followed by one more frozen daiquiri day, err, I mean, day at sea. On Friday we'll wake up in Barcelona and hitch a ride home - but let's not think upon that just yet... See you all on the other side of the ...