- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- Free parking
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Sunday morning and much more to see. Corfu on the starboard side and Albania on the port. I stayed on Corfu about 20 years ago and it was sad to look across at Albania. At night you could not see any lights or moving vehicles. It must be very different now although I am not sure I would want to travel through it. Albanians that I have met have said that it is not safe. Then past north western Greece and into the port ...
... their was much gesturing and speaking by both him and Pete. Much to the amusement of both our kids and theirs! He kept trying to point us to Kalavryta (the nearest decent sized town) and we kept saying no, Anastasis. Clearly no tourists ever venture this way and they assumed we were very lost. In the end Pete walked up the drive and found George - all sorted. We parked our car at the bottom of the drive - too steep and bendy to attempt in the car. ...
... s rubbish.' ....Reset it for 7.50am....then off for A La Carte breakfast....omlette, fruit.... Lots of stuff. .. Very sophisticated traveller, me. Wandered the deck again Had a great night sleep. So then I joined a small group from our tour. Now this is really only for me so you can skip it if you like. What a bunch of sad travellers. A group of naysayers. Rotten boat. We've got another 9 hours of this. I think it's wonderful. Hey, is it sinking? ...
... dirty and buildings are dilapidated or mere shells and graffiti is everywhere. The hotel is on the far side of Patras( which was once very active until they build a new port for the ferries on the other side) and in a run down area. The plus side is that we have a very nice spacious room and a balcony from which we can see the sunset- a huge bonus for me. It also has a roof top terrace that looks over the old port. Another plus point is that the ...
... had gotten a babysitter and wanted to go.
George Verwer said, “Tonight we are going to pray for three closed countries in Europe, Turkey, Greece and Albania. And we are going to pray in a specific way that God will send believing Turks, Greeks, and Albanians who are in the states, back to their countries because no one else can go.”
John told Irene, “You pray for Turkey and I will pray for Albania because we are not going back to ...