Volos Palace Hotel
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... of the mountain. From a distance, they look like they are stacked on top of one another. Once you get closer, you can see little side roads from the main road, which will lead the residents to the different areas of the village. We have found in our travels through Europe, most cities, towns and villages have squares in them. This seems to be where the locals gather to socialize.
After an hour of wandering, looking in ...
... br> We decide that a quicker route on map may well be a tertiary and therefore difficult road and decide to take the longer route to our camp near the beach.
To be fair, the camp did not look great on arrival. We decided to stay rather than look elsewhere as I think that both of us had had enough driving and frustration for that day. As we looked for a pitch we were greeted by ...
How do you describe a
different country? It's completely new. Not a new state. Not a new place to
eat. It is completely new and incomparable, but I will do my best!
Now I know that this is a very short entry. Unfortunately just after my arrival I became quite sick. I didn't have the energy to do anything after the long days of hiking to
post in my blog and it’s a great regret that I have. ...
... we drove down to the seafront a family are helping the local priest put up Christmas lights outside the small church. It's still only early 2.30pm, but we have had a few long days recently. We parked on the pebble beach and whilst Les had a nap I sorted through some photos on the computer. Logan was outside enjoying watching small fishing boats chugging in and out of the tiny harbour. In contrast to yesterday it's very still here and the sea just Laps onto the beach, it's very ...
... which most if the walking routes follow. We failed at the first hurdle, we couldn't find the first pathway, marked with a red mark, which should have turned off the road climbing back the way we had driven. We decided to carry on up the road as the path should rejoin it higher up. When we got to a junction and as the weather is still damping we decided to stick to the road. The wind last night has blown fruit off the trees and there is a very large ...