Mediterranean Beach Resort Hotel
Travel Blogs from Laganas
I awoke in the early hours of the morning and peeped out the window – still in Athens – the minor repairs are obviously not so minor after all, so no need to rush to get up for our planned excursion to Katakalon. Back to sleep! We heard the boat leaving early in the morning, and soon after the Captain announced that due to the "unexpectedly lengthy nature of the repairs", we would not be stopping at Katakalon after all. Disappointing, as we were ...
What a miserable day! A thunderstorm hovered around pretty much all of the day. Every time we thought about moving on the rain would bucket down again. Learning that Greece has the highest accident rate in all of Europe, we decided not to tackle the roads with the weather so terrible, instead caught up on some reading and planned next weeks route. ...
... us a wonderful perspective
of life in ancient times.
We had about an hour or so upon our return to the port - so had another Mythos....alough it was served in a FIX beer glass. This special photo is for our friend's Terry and Dee.Hope you enjoy the ...
... s capital shares the same name as the island itself. Zakynthos town also functions as the port for the island. The town was devastated by an earthquake in 1953 but has been artfully restored with arcaded street, beautiful squares and an impressive waterfront.
Due to weather conditions we were unable to visit Zakynthos and ...
... so we rested up and didn't leave the ship till early afternoon. A short taxi ride took us to the outskirts of quite a small old town swilling with families and lots of scouts in uniform. We ambled the alley ways and shops finding our way to the Town Hall where we caught a few minutes of a reenactment drama (assumed) and eventually to the ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking