The Lost Unicorn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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A lovely walk along the beach in the wind, blew away the cobwebs. We then set off back up the hill to find a shop to buy milk and bread. We stopped at a village called Tsagarada where the plane tree in the centre is said, 'To be one of the largest and oldest in Greece'. We managed to get our few supplies at the local shop. . We then continued along the main road to Milies, where the 1895 narrow gauge railway begins/ ends, The train is known locally as 'The little train'. There is ...
... up. The traditional houses are made of stone and have stone roofs and wooden balconies. Some still have flowers growing on them, it's strange to see roses and geraniums in the middle of December. Back down in the village there is a large campsite and the harbour is where the harbour scene in Mama Mia was filmed,with the waves crashing into it today it doesn't look so idyllic. We walked across the sea front back to Dream Catcher, but there wasn't a route over ...
Well, it has been a while since we have had a Badger Family adventure so when the opportunity to spend 3 months in Alonissos in Greece we couldn't resist. It all fell in to place all by chance, I was viewing some privately owned villas for a 2 week break when I found one which fitted the bill nicely. When I went to get the phone number I noticed it was a local Bridgnorth number, then Toni saw the gentleman's name in his window only 1 street away from ours. ...
Today we got into Volos, Greece early in the morning. We didn't have to be back on the ship until 6:30 at night so we really had the entire day at shore which was nice, except we came to find out very quickly that Volos has absolutely nothing to see. The tours on the cruise ship were all to go see the monks in the monasteries. Although I thought this would be interesting to go see, I did not find it worth the price. We had done a little research and decided ...
... side streets you find a maze of small streets lines with shops of all sorts, cafes and little places to sit. We walked around and negotiated many side streets making our way toward the little church up on the hill. We finally saw a sign pointing up steps as the way to the church. Dennis opted to stay and sit under the tree and talk to a Greek gentleman. I started up the stairs to the church. The path wound ...