Nautica Bay Hotel
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... The service was terrible (the waiter told us he was too busy to get us coffee), forcing us to spend about 2 hours there, but the view and the atmosphere made the time very enjoyable.
The drive to Nafplio took about 4 hours, through winning roads with hairpin turns, up and down about 100 mountains. It made me feel carsick sitting in the back seat for the trip, but the scenery was beautiful. We noticed many amazingly ...
... on a rock wall humming quietly to "Don't forget your roots my friend...." The beach was picturesque and energizing. There were two lone Greek women in floral swimsuits wading luxuriously into the flat blue calm. Otherwise I was basically alone. Happy and alone! Because I had accomplished so much that morning I proceeded to laze around in the sun on grassy patches and in my lovely double bed eating the best gyros of my life to date and snoozing the afternoon away. I woke the next ...
... squid/octopus stuck on her leg!), but it was definitely safe enough to have
fun. After a dip in the sea we walked on a paved rock path along the coast and
sat on some rocks to watch the sunset behind some mountains. As the sun went
down we started to get colder, so we headed back to the hotel (getting gyros as
we went) to change into some warmer dry clothes. After we changed we headed out
... there was the living room with a nice sofa and couch and a fireplace. There was a mini fridge to keep water cool. The corner staircase leaded to the attic and the very bright upper floor was spacious and comfortable. The queen bed was perfect just like we expected it to be. It made us feel like home!
BATHROOM: I cannot tell that it was that big but it was neither small. A side wall window filled the room with light till late afternoon. Towels ...
... alas) and, somewhat exhausted already, drive up to the Upper City/Citadel. The sun has finally had a shower and got dressed, and is pumping out some serious rays, so we need to move fast. I can hear the squabbling of tourist groups forming up, and the shadows cast by the package-tour-buses is threatening to blot out the sun so we hasten ourselves in and begin the climb. It's a bit tiring, and quite difficult footing, but no worse than Olympus (not even the seven levels of ...