Potomaki Beach Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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We stopped at the port of Corfu. The only way to really get around the island is to take an excursion. At least it was for us. We were going to see a Monastery in the village of Palaiokastritsa and to the village of Gastouri to visit the 19th century Achilleion Palace.
The places were very beautiful and again the excursions didn't disappoint ...
After catching a night ferry from Crete to Athens and spending a day getting myself sorted in Athens then next morning I left on the Busabout Balkan Trek. This trek went from Athens to Split stopping in Albania and Montenegro (as well as Bosnia for about 10 minutes).
The first day I met up with the group, some people had been on the tour from Istanbul, others were starting from Athens like me. The drive on the first day took us from Athens to ...
... the islands and crags come and go while continuing to read about Henry V's antics at Agincourt. The ferry landed, as ferries tend to do. Patras looks amazing. The geography is very different from Bari: Patras sits at the base of a large hill (mountain?) and sprawls part way up it. Bari almost seems like the coast is a little higher than immediately inland. The port of Patras seems to be fairly dead. Not much going on. Immediately after getting off the ferry, we boarded a bus to ...
... which was crispy, tough and uneatable! The cheek meat and loin were so dry it was like eating unflavored compressed white dust. The rest of the food was similarly wretched! Even the liver pate’ was horrible. How could they screw that up? It didn’t taste like liver at all, more like brown sour cream. Even the fruit, in all it intricately carved beauty, was bland with hardly any taste.
... stores) there was nothing to be had. We continued on our journey, climbing up and up to Lakones, where we found a wonderful mountain village with one of those roads that is so narrow there is barely room for your own car, and certainly no way to pass another car, nor any room for parking. We were hoping to find a cafe with a view of the countryside below and just as we were about to give up we found Dolce on the edge of town. This was our lifesaver. The most ...