Tavari Beach Hotel (Lesvos)
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Paul was up with the birds and off for a walk around the tan. I stayed in bed with the curtains open and kept watch on the numerous ships travelling past us on their way to Istanbul, the Black Sea or wherever else they were headed. It took until after lunch to be out of sight of land and until mid afternoon for the ships to almost disappear. Apart from Paul seeing a dolphin jump right out of the ...
... intact and put in the museum. The one floor from the house of a poet, Menandes, was unique because of the inclusion of masks of comedic characters. They also had statuary and pottery there.
After the museum we went to the Castle of Mytilini. This is one of the largest castles in the Mediteranean. Construction was started in the 400's A.D. It was completed in the 1400's by a genoese family, ...
... a tiny supermarket where the man behind the counter spoke no English. Luckily there was a local walking past who helped us with the language barrier! This time we paid on 2 Euros for 9x 1.5 litre bottles (bargain!) Near the ship we stopped at a local landmark named the Statue of Liberty. Tonight was a formal night, and luckily my head was starting to feel a little bit better. We all had dinner ...
KALIMERA Today we arrived in Mytilene (Lesbos), a small Greek Island. We were tendered off the ship to the Island. We strolled around the streets, down little alleys with lots of little shops and bars. We ventured up to the remains of the Mytilene Castle, one of the largest castles in the Aegean, which is perched on the top of a hill, the views from the medieval walls are spectacular. The castle dates back to the 14th century, remains of the bath house, the ...
... a formal night (dressed in Suits etc) and dined with our Adelaide contingency in the Manhatton Resaurant. Following the meal we then moved to the large Showroom (Theatre which would hold around 700 people at the bow of the ship) to see a show featuring The Nieuw Amsterdam Singers and Dancers performing a "musical journey around New York". It was an excellent show.
After the show we returned to our room to watch the TV and hear the ...