Volos Palace Hotel
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After not a great night of sleep ... A large breakfast, much needed for Parker. Taxi comes in a few to take us to airport. Another Ryan Air flight. Up and down no problems... Off we go to Rothenburg! Ends up being a wonderful evening! A quick stop at a beergarden for a couple beers and a traditional dish of potato noodles with saurcrout , bacon bits and gravy. A nice wall around town, Old Town Historic Walk, Night Watchman's Tour, Walk the Wall .... Off to bed in down comforters and ...
Our last day in hydra started out with us waking around around 830. We made breakfast again and then hung out in the room until 11:30. We decided to see if we could catch the earlier boat out of the harbor. Luckily we were able to change it with 5 minutes to spare or we wouldn't have left until 3 hours later. We took a metro to the Athens train station. We grabbed a gyros to go then boarded the 5 hour train. ...
... route I got a call
from the UK office telling me that I was not required to serve my
notice and I could depart the lead yacht the following morning. Big
At this point I had a choice to make,
get a ferry back to Corfu and get a flight home or contact Sunsail
out in Greece and see if they had any vacancies. Fortunately the
manager remembered me from 2010 when I worked there and was able to
offer me a new flotilla route From Lavrion close ...
... Makrinitsa and Tsagarada. But all the rest villages of Pelion are equally picturesque. Visit them in order to feel the magic of the place…
A picturesque village in Pelion, built with the impressive Pelionese architecture. The stone-paved narrow streets of the village will lead you to beautiful mansions and shady spots under sycamore trees, old as the hills … The village is about 30 km away from Volos and one of ...
... along with all sorts of antiques. Combine this with full english traditional breakfast (the owners are Brits), half a dozen of cats and dogs and amazing views of the green square and you have a really special place - the beaches! My favorites are Milopotas and Agios Ioannis - the traditional village of Vizitsa, with some of the most beautiful, traditional cottages - Damouchari, a secluded small seaside ...
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