Three Brothers Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... restaurant where we had their version of Gyros: roast pork with French fries and pita with delicious Tzatsiki sauce and a Mythos beer. We asked for more sauce, and my efforts to figure out what a nearby tree was (Angelica) they gave us some olives flavored with Angelica herb. On the way back to the taxi, Ed found a store selling nuts and candies and got some Jordan Almonds, his ...
... homes on the dock where people can shelter while they wait. As we walk and walk and eventually turn a corner to find B, I realize I should also check how far the departure gate is.
Because of our late take off, it is dusk in Murano and a couple of glass stores are open, a high-end one and a medium one. Also, a bar with a toilet. We chose the Faro Vaporetto stop because it connects to the 12 line for Burano (I have a vaporetto map on my ...
We headed out of town to Achilleion Palace, the retreat for the Empress Elizabeth of Austria. We had learned about her life when we were in Vienna last year. She built this house in Corfu in late 19th century style and decorated it with Gods of Ancient Greece, primarily Achilles for which the palace is named. We spent a couple of very interesting hours in both the house and the gardens and admiring the spectacular views. Did I mention that ...
... to Italian churches. We then drove to Achilleion Palace which has beautiful gardens and classical statues overlooking the coast. This was built by and Austrian empress in the late 1800s - and it really was very beautiful. During the war it was used as a hospital and later as an orphanage before it was restored for tourists to view. We drove through the main town and by this stage it was so wet we decided to return to the ship and warm up and have ...
... doesn’t exist (plenty of places claim to be a supermarket), it was back to individual trips for packaged items, fresh fruit and veg, butchers and bakeries. Fortunately everything was still very cheap (including beer).
One of the towns we did want to visit though was the town of Berat so after checking into a camp ground we found out to get there via bus/taxi you stand by the side of the road and wait ...