Notos Therme & Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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How do you describe a
different country? It's completely new. Not a new state. Not a new place to
eat. It is completely new and incomparable, but I will do my best!
Now I know that this is a very short entry. Unfortunately just after my arrival I became quite sick. I didn't have the energy to do anything after the long days of hiking to
post in my blog and it’s a great regret that I have. ...
... through trees that rattle and bang against the sides and roof, Doris was doing quite well until she directed us down a foot path!!! We ignored her and carried on taking the next left . Only to find a large water tank about 10ft high, with 6 inch water pipes attached blocking the road. We squeezed past but the pipes that ran in the direction we wanted to go got stuck between the wheels, as we moved along the pipe wriggled like a giant snake, it looked quite surreal. The track ...
... to the disappointment was 3 days of rain and rampant end-of-season closures at attractions, shops and outdoor hotel pools.
But all was not lost. We connected with two German families early on and spent much of our week with one or the other. Caleb has a new penal and we have contacts for future travel to Berlin.
I did get a twinge of ...
Well, it has been a while since we have had a Badger Family adventure so when the opportunity to spend 3 months in Alonissos in Greece we couldn't resist. It all fell in to place all by chance, I was viewing some privately owned villas for a 2 week break when I found one which fitted the bill nicely. When I went to get the phone number I noticed it was a local Bridgnorth number, then Toni saw the gentleman's name in his window only 1 street away from ours. ...
... wondering how these boutique shops offering everything from clothing to art to jewelry to watches could survive on a relatively short tourist season. Every shop was impeccably set up to appeal to the "I'm in Santorini" emotions of the happy-go-lucky tourists.
What we found remarkable were the stunning views available every few feet when looking down the steep banks of the caldera towards the ocean. Strolling another fifty feet and the view would change noticeably ...