The Lost Unicorn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... t take long to
forget about all of the things that I've done. At least to forget about the minute
details that make it worthwhile. So I will have to post pictures for those days
and hopefully the story will come back to me.
I will try and fill in some of the last days later on as I have time, but for now…
If you are reading this,know that I am safe, and having the time of my life! ...
... museum here about local life. We have a quick walk around there are a few shops selling touristy things, a few tavernas that are open and quite busy with a coach load of students, the church in the centre is very old, but closed. The next stop is back at the coast, we were heading off the peninsular, the road was becoming less winding and the landscape opening up into olive groves, the mountains were behind us now and before long we were at Kato Gatzea a small village in a small ...
... an orange at the side, Les picked them up and put the large grapefruit into his map pocket in his waterproof jacket! Talk about lopsided! He He!
Eventually we came across one of the.mule paths, it's about 3 ft wide with cobbled ridges to help to stop the mules slipping up or down. The cobbles are very wet and slippery today and we are glad that we are sticking to the road. At a junction we turn back down hill, the properties that we passed are ...
... br> Well after popping to see him he gave us an offer we couldn't refuse, to go with this our friend Helen recommended her friend who was looking for a short term rental. So the universe worked in our favour and we rented out our house which helped offset the trip.
We have had a smooth journey so far albeit a long one, we drove to the train station, then got 3 trains and a tube to Gatwick airport. Then a plane this morning and a bus to the main ...
... Greek) but showed us what bus we needed. We bought tickets and sat outside to wait for us bus. As we sat waiting, we realized maybe we shouldn't take the bus since no one seemed to speak English and we weren't sure how to get back. So we decided to just explore Volos, and less then an hour later we had seen the whole city.
Volos is is a very small city. We walked along the water where they had rows of restaurants/café, which was pretty much the ...