Molfetta Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
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... to go down the mountain until we got to George's Cellar, still in Lakones. Now, out came the groceries and Spiros began to make us sandwiches with the homemade bread, soaked in Olive Oil, then feta cheese and tomato with fresh oregano and thyme that he "picked" while we watched. Fantastic! What else can we say. Here is where we had an opportunity to shop a bit. Fresh olive oil, olive soap, fresh oregano and basil. Then we actually went down into the tourist area, Paleokastritsa ...
... region; so we set off in search of it. It's especially good to use in making cooking utensils because it is such dense wood that bacteria from food can't contaminate it.
Dinner was as wonderful as usual: seafood salad, wild mushroom soup, artichoke mousse, chateaubriand w/lyonnaise potatoes, baklava and cannolis. Of course, the wine continues to flow freely and our table does its share to drink its share.
Evening entertainment was folkloric ...
... took us to Oia, a town on the island of Santorini, that is famous for watching the sun set into the sea. We watched the magnificent sunset off the coast of Oia, surrounded by other boats doing the same. Halfway through our cruise when we visited Mykonos, Cory and I treated ourselves to a day of rest and relaxation on the ship, so we didn't even get off the ship at Mykonos. ...
Had a really good sleep in today. Feeling so much better after some easy going says in Greece. I'll definitely be sad to leave. After breakfast a few of us chose to get the bus in to Corfu town to have a look around. We sat down for lunch at a nice seaside restaurant, and I had an amazing Greek mixed grill. After lunch we walked around to the Old Fortress. It was an incredible place, built almost 800 years ago by the Byzantines to guard the trading route. ...
... ashore, bus to the town centre. Motor scooter/bikes weaving through traffic, the bus appeared to straddle the centre line which allowed the two wheelers to do their 'weaving'. 5 cruise ships in port, ours the smallest. The town was frantic. Did a real touristy thing and had a fish spa. After a foot wash you lower your feet into a tank where small fish clean your feet of loose skin cells much like a ...