Venosa Beach Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Venosa Beach Resort & Spa Didim
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I didn't go on land. I drank cocktails. Boredom and a free-drinks-pass result in excessive intake of cocktails. I didn't get drunk because I didn't drink fast enough. We went to relax in the cabin. Slight headache. The punishment for drinking is upon me. I usually never drink ever. Only in holidays. I saw a white pillar on the ship, little and skinny. It had a colourful sponge on it. The ...
From Symi, we took the ferry to Leros, another island but bigger than Symi. Unexpectedly we were picked up from the ferry port and taken to the hotel. Our hotel room overlooked the castle and the hotel overlooked a lovely bay, Panteli Beach, which we could walk to for dinner. We sat right on the waters edge and enjoyed a traditional Greek meal of octopus for Andrew and baked aubergine for ...
... hostel is amazing and the people running it are so nice. We went out to paradise beach club and haven't slept in 24 hrs will sparks and Stafford brothers were on set at the clubs and they were crazy. It's so expensive here though which is a ...
... snorkel through lots and lots of fish schooling around them. It was pretty impressive Maddie being able to confidently Swim and snorkel in such deep water without any concerns. The girls did some more snorkelling with David while I hauled myself back on board, to have a couple of glasses of local white wine and a chat with Bulent about modern Bodrum, making a living in Miami, crime rates and everything. He had damaged muscles from making 1500 ice creams a day in ...
... as the third most important Oracle in the world (after Delphi and Dodona in Greece. It was supposed to be the largest in the Hellenic world, but was never completed due to various sackings from 500 BC onwards. In Homer's times one family had a monopoly on all the oracles and religious sites in the Agean area, and they did all the interpreting of the utterances, making them very powerful indeed, until Darius the great Persian general did away with them. Apparently large ...