Stavros Tou Notou
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Luckily the Greeks of Koroni were taking their afternoon sleep as we drove into the narrow-streeted village. We managed a quayside parking place without hitting our side mirrors or knocking over their parked scooters. The bougainvillea cascaded down the hillside, oleanders, the size of which we have never seen, flushed the town in a hue of pink and the restaurant waiters were in full voice! The bakery owner shared her homemade almond cookies and Ramo promised to return in ...
... made cut, but only 72 ft wide, so no good for the large container ships. There is a submersible bridge, which we watched come up, after the boats had done their thing.
We have viewed many ruins, such as at Delphi and of course the Acropolis in Athens, and the amphi-theatre at Epidauros. While we find these humbling in terms of the history, we are getting a little ruined out, particularly with the hoards of people crowding them. We can be tourists, but ...
... welcome you ashore. One is of a jaunty-tailed mermaid and the other of a sailor in baggy trousers shading his eyes and gazing out to sea. Due to some building work, these statues were obscured by construction materials.
On touching land we walked the 100 or so metres to the main square, turned left and followed a road up past the main church. My first impression of Gythion as we strolled through, what I believe to be the main street is the higgledy-pigglediness ...
... by our favorite whirlpool on deck six before getting ready for the formal optional dinner.
We chose to eat dinner at the Colonade where they were featuring a Mediterranean menu. After dinner we attended the broadway style show in the lounge. By the end of the show, we were pretty tired so we called it a ...
... our way back, We stopped for an iced cafe and juice at this outdoor restaurant under a tree we are told is approximately 400 hundred years old. The tree covered the entire restaurant and again another unbelievable moment to remember. Although Ritza and her son do not speak English well the conversation continued to flow with Jimmy translating for us.
Ritza and her son camp during the summer, which is a weird thought for me because I ...