Zannos Melathron Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Smoking rooms available
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... pack, whom he referred to as the "slalom" donkey as he consistently weaved his way from left to right up the path, whilst mine constantly wanted to forge ahead in a straight line, attempting to pass many times, without success. They have a mind if their own really, and simply forge ahead on autopilot up the hills and back, with one of the local donkey handlers in tow with each small group.... As I said great fun for families and those if all ages.... Add it to your bucket list! ...
... volcanic beach where we rented lounge chairs and an umbrella and had a sleep and a swim. It was a little cooler, to our relief.
Afterwards we drove to the southernmost tip. It must be one of the most incredible places on earth - just google it and you won't believe what it looks ...
Today we are in our last port before Venice and we have decided that we would disembark but not necessarily go any further than the port. The town is Katakolon in Greece and is famous for being the destination to go through to Olympia (where they start the torch for all the Olympics) and where the first Olympics were ever held.
(The ship was not docked in the morning so anyone wanting to go in at that stage, went in on the ...
... people who trained and competed in the stadium. As we walked around, stopping in the shade of every tree we could find, we wondered what time of year the original Olympics were held and speculated that it would have to be in either Autumn or Spring. We were surprised to read in our guide book that they were held in the first full moon in July, which is the exact time that we visited. So, not only were the athletes competing for ...
... trip through the Americas I had picked up an couple of little party goods; Cuban cigars smuggled all the way from Cuba and 75% absinthe from Argentina (luckily without the hallucinogenic). Well it was a big night, no details needed but it was about 6am the morning of the wedding when Rutherford and I crawled into bed. It wasn’t until we woke up that true fear started to hit me, I couldn’t talk! A combination ...