Oceanis Rooms Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... When we got back to the port, the Costa Magica had pulled in next to us. What a difference! People everywhere!
A quiet day on board. I managed to insult a very rude woman who pushed in front of me then went on and on and on asking questions about Istanbul. I finally asked if it was ok to interrupt this woman who had pushed in front of me. The other highlight was sitting ...
... We met 2 adorable Vietnamese girls from Buffalo, with a callow youth trailing them. We had such a nice conversation it made the ½ hour ride across open water breeze by. But, it was dark and most places were closed. Burano is a favorite destination in Venice, and as far as I can tell, it is just a pretty place to have a nice lunch. Not possibleat this hour so we turned right around and headed back.
Here’s where I made a big ...
We headed out of town to Achilleion Palace, the retreat for the Empress Elizabeth of Austria. We had learned about her life when we were in Vienna last year. She built this house in Corfu in late 19th century style and decorated it with Gods of Ancient Greece, primarily Achilles for which the palace is named. We spent a couple of very interesting hours in both the house and the gardens and admiring the spectacular views. Did I mention that ...
... to Italian churches. We then drove to Achilleion Palace which has beautiful gardens and classical statues overlooking the coast. This was built by and Austrian empress in the late 1800s - and it really was very beautiful. During the war it was used as a hospital and later as an orphanage before it was restored for tourists to view. We drove through the main town and by this stage it was so wet we decided to return to the ship and warm up and have ...
... we were back on the bus to continue up the mountain side of Lakones with more stunning views of Paleokastritsa. The next stop was a traditional village of Makrades where we went to a charming taverna and had a traditional Greek appetiser - meze and local wine. The taverna's interior was decorated with traditional 18th & 19th century agricultural tools and an intriguing old olive press. Afterwards we had free time to explore the village. There were ...