- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... When we got back to the port, the Costa Magica had pulled in next to us. What a difference! People everywhere!
A quiet day on board. I managed to insult a very rude woman who pushed in front of me then went on and on and on asking questions about Istanbul. I finally asked if it was ok to interrupt this woman who had pushed in front of me. The other highlight was sitting ...
... 8217;s yacht (they are shooting in the hills nearby). There is a continuous stairway to the top which looks like 6-7 stories. They didn’t wave at us though – maybe still shooting.
We had lunch at a fishing village. The boats for this village are all painted in blue and yellow, and all have 2 eyes on the bow to fend off evil. The eyes are not painted on but are little tiny sculptures complete with an eyebrow. I had pureed ...
... is up a 2 kilometre hill?
We headed back into Corfu Town, took pictures of the old fort, walked our bikes through the pedestrian shopping area and then down the road bordering the water. The Veranda restaurant appealed to us and we had our perfect Greek lunch of Greek salad, calamari, Filo wrapped feta cheese with honey and sesame seeds, Mythos beer and retsina. Free WiFi meant that we could chat with James as he was still up in the middle of ...
We arrived in Corfu in quite heavy rain. We had organized a hire car for €43 which was very reasonable, and decided we would continue on with our plans. We drove to Paleokastritsa Bay which would have been beautiful on a nice day with a very rugged coastline and beaches. There was a monastery that we walked to with raincoats and umbrellas and viewed the inside of the church. Greek churches have flat ceilings and are decorated ...
... wine tour on the beautiful Greek Island of Corfu. In the days of ancient Greece, Corfu marked the final stage of the legendary trip made by the mythological Greek hero, Odysseus, on his journey home to Ithaca. Today we had a fantastic guide who delivered the tour in German and English. His flamboyant and excitable nature kept us entertained and throughout the day told us many Greek mythology stories. I particularly loved how much expression he used when he ...