Sea View Resorts & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... had somehow been wedged into the steep cliff face and a small gate that led to a stone oven, charred from many centuries of fires that were lit to bake the church's bread. After being shown a demonstration of how the oven worked we were then shown inside a large room that held historic photos of the development and history of the town itself, which was situated up the precipitous path that led upwards from the church and caves. There we learned that the first car that ever ...
We travelled to a medieval ghost village perched high on the top of a mountain. The drive there was dreadful, had my eyes closed most of the way. Great mountain top view of the west coast of Chios. We visited a lovely village and church with carvings from a tree a feature. No air-con on the ...
... whom explained that I could not be a "real American" because I proclaimed not to care if the USA won their World Cup match vs Belgium that night. To the contrary, I explained. Not caring about soccer might be the one thing that could be considered my most American trait.
... the next exciting stop on today's tour, a natural hot spring that Stella had told us about that was directly on the sea shore. The locals had crafted a hot tub of sorts, we were told, by building up a pool using the countless rocks nearby and allowing the incoming sea water to mix with the very hot water trickling into the tub from the hillside above the sea. In theory, a wonderful spot. In fact, it was clear that at one time not very long ago, this hot spring was ...
... There were a couple of brief missteps that were quickly corrected but still we found ourselves on a road that felt like we were bypassing the small town of Volissos inside which we were to meet our host. The deal was that we were to arrive at the square and meet the owner of our new home, Stella. The town of Volissos is pretty small so presuming we could find the square, locating Stella shouldn't be that hard. As we drove beyond the town, though, we wondered just how to get back and ...