Hotel Poseidon Resort
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... job that I did not want to do.
I needed more information so decided to ring Eugene, "Chris the gauges are like all gauges they will not read perfectly correct all the time due to the shape of the tank it's self, also due to bio fuel microbes build up on the sensor and can make it give false readings. All so you should allways time your motor when it's running and log it to get a better idea of remaining quantity". He told me the procedure for cleaning the sensor, and asked how we ...
... br> Out here the bottom of the crystal turquoise waters is so clear that I can see fish among my legs. Yes….this is the kind of beach I love. There is echinus on some rocks and I wish I had my snorkel along to pick some. I not only love eating them but also love picking and I even know how to open them. I had to learn how to do this when young because I could not wait my turn to be given some spoonfuls ...
... better during our stay. He is a happy smiling guy ready to help, positive and knows well how to treat the guests. Roulla and Alexandra are the other two of the team of professionals.
Resort: The resort is really huge, set on an amphitheatric slope covering 150 hectares of surrounding gardens, offering great accommodation with a choice of amazing villas, bungalows, suites and studios with prices varying depending on the location and amenities offered. The ...
... they had already been to the site so didn't stay long before moving on - I'm sure it was nothing to do with us pulling and the kids running around!!!
We didn't actually go into the site until about 4pm, even then the temperature was 'scorchio!' There was very little shade especially in the ampitheatre. The ampitheatre was spectatular, it still has alot of its' original structure. The 'stage' is still in tact and the grand monumental gateways that the actors would ...
... was declared in 1843. The Royal Family later moved to a new palace, which became a presidential palace upon abolition of the monarchy in 1976.
As we saw when we were there, the war memorial in the forecourt of the Greek Parliament, known as the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, is guarded by Athens’ famous, statuesque evzones, the presidential guards whose uniforms of short kilts and pom-pom shoes is based upon the attire that was worn by ...