Philippos Hotel Apartments
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We have time for a quick breakfast before jumping off the boat and saying goodbye to our first ever cruise. It was a great 4 days aboard, I now see the attraction and why they are so popular. We jump on a bus and head for the Athens acropolis and pantheon. Our tour leader Alex is the best we have had so far. Although you have to be close to him because he talks pretty quiet and there are uncultured people in our group who talk at the back and make ...
... crystal waters of the Ionian Sea!
Agios Nikitas beach
A small picturesque village which has one of the most beautiful beaches of the island and is about 14 kilometres from the capital. The area in recent years has become well known and the beach every summer is filled with people, of course, not unfairly, as the natural beauty will astonish you.
Picturesque fishing village situated about 30 km from ...
... from the classical period. Our tour ended with an opportunity to see the Panagia Paregoretissa, the 13th century church whose central cupola is considered unique in the world of ecclesiastical architecture. The stacked columns and Byzantine-inspired artwork was quite the sight and a wonderful place to visit.
Then a drive back to the ship and lunch at the Terrace Café.
We left Preveza at 1 p.m. ...
... of Ithaca and it took him ten years to get back home from the Trogan war. Next stop was the Papanikoli Cave were the greek submarine would hide in WW2. Our last stop was cruising around Skorpio island. This island belonged to Ari Onassis, who was the richest man in the world then. His son Alexander died in a helicopter accident. Skorpios island is now owned by a Russian billionaire.
The next morning we left Lefkada and stayed in Patra for one night.
... on to another bay. This time, as there were only two other boats there, we decided this was our time to visit. Later in the day one more yacht came in, but that was ok, plenty of room for everyone to have their own space.
There is just one house and one tiny Chapel on the whole island. Apparently, a fisherman owns the house and sometimes visits with his family....but not there at the ...