Nafplia Palace Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNafplia Palace Hotel Nauplion
I believe there's a range of standards here but Room 601 is fabulous. Luxuriously appointed with a great view, balcony, twin vanity basins and a spa bath with tv. Still no wifi in the room but at least there's free wifi in the lobby.
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... only the sides of his head, sat across from my mom and chinked his glass of wine against hers. I smiled, happy, they’d joined me in traveling from Malta to Greece, grateful they had enough money so we could eat in restaurants and I could order delicious mussels with rice. Only my brother, Brandon, was home working in the States; he wished he could’ve come with us to visit Ithaka, Greece, where the original Odysseus had returned to following ...
... as it was another hosted dinner with Barbara. There were four of us who had participated the week before plus two new comers, Nina from Ottawa and Warwick from Australia. Along with Barbara and her husband Bob, we had a very enjoyable dinner trying and sharing everything on the menu again. After dinner we had some time before the show so four do us, Simonit, Jenny, Warwick, and I headed up to Karaoke. None of us sang. In fact, I found out later from Chase, the host, there were ...
... left port.
By the way, the ship we are on is terrific with really delicious food and lovely furnishings. We are definitely not suffering while on board as many of our favorites are available. They’ve named a new dessert arrangement after Joe – “Joe’s One of Each” – which includes one scoop of all five flavors of ice cream available in the main dining room (hot fudge on the ...
... students throughout our time there. We spent a very little time in the museum there before heading back to Nauplio.
That night we went shopping for some presents before finding a different taverna for dinner and then, of course, went for more loukoumades. I swear those things are magical.
Thoroughly exhausted after just two days of travel, we all then went to our respective beds and had a (relatively, kind of, maybe) early night.
... wonderful. After lunch we went grocery shopping in the little village and provisioned our small kitchen. The sun broke out several times and we were able to stroll the resort and later sit by the pool. Conversations were being held in Italian, German, Greek, English (GB) and several Americans were also there. I am sure there were several other languages as we saw cars from France, Bulgaria and several other places.