Villa Kokkoni Studios & Apartments
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- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free parking
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... of varying riser heights. Once we arrived at the monastery I found it so fascinating... and meticulously maintained. For almost 2 hours we scrambled around nooks, crannies, hallways and staircases.... all of us snapping photos of all we encountered. A very interesting and fun sight. Mike was to take us back down to the harbor at 12:30, so we had time to spare. Denise and I took this opportunity to "shop", dodging in and out of air-conditioned ...
... the middle of the night, Just before dropping off to sleep on my very level island, Marina and Neil said they hoped I slept much better tonight, than the horrid experience of last night. nite nite...... xoxo...... zzzzzz...... PATMOS Mythology Legend has it that in ancient times Patmos rested at the bottom of the sea. It was only visible when Selene the Moon Goddess would shine over it. Selene would often go to Mount Latmos to visit her lover King Endymion. This king ...
... footing. Ok... I think I have myself rolled up pretty well, with my body in a ball, and the tips of my feet touching the hull, so I wouldn't move, with my back toward the bow, and the what feels to be a 2 million candle power bow light, keeping me in the spotlight for all to see. I felt I would be ok -- but then the howling winds increased, and I began to shiver. I thought the solution would be simple..... I would just go below. But.... if I did that, my island ...
... of the entrance did not make it into this tranquil place. Along the shore line, we saw three orange vests, like at our Aspat Bay, TK anchorage outside Bodrum. I now think maybe these orange vests, we have seen so many of, is a signal there are immigrants there to be picked up. Once on land, we began to see refugees everywhere. Jacques took us to his friend's restaurant: "George's Tavern. It was here we ordered a round of Mythos beer, and met George, ...
... both dazzled by the magnificent city of Ephesus that must have been quite awesome in its heyday 2500 years ago when its population was reportedly over 100 000. We walked down the wide streets paved with huge marble slabs still etched with grooves to reduce slippage and lined with Corinthian columns and every so often there were 8 metre high statues of important figures who had contributed handsomely to the community. In its day this mall would have glittered with gold and been ...