Zorbas Beach Village Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
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... They've done an amazing job building a woman's shelter in India all with local materials and knowledge in the little Himalayan foothills. Back to Hania. It's fun driving in an ancient city. Alleys are narrow, cobblestone is slippery and drivers are, like everywhere, impatient and often idiotic. If you use a signal it's a sign you're from out of town. Headlights on the highway, foolishness. Double solid indicates someone will be passing in your ...
... with no wings who fell into the ocean, children from wealthy families being given away and lastly something about a 3-meter tall chicken.
We stopped at some site, bought our tickets and walking into a place where we had no idea where we were. Kathy says, “after all that, all I got was something about a 3 foot chicken with no wings”. I was successfully gone. Classic laugh/cry and down.
We have no clue ...
... and delightful maze of alleys and side streets. The area is a mix of Byzantine, Greek, Venetian and Turkish architecture. Tomorrow is a sea day. So we are just going to be lazy. The only thing we have to do tomorrow is meet face to face with Israeli immigration officials. We have an appointment with them in the morning. Those officials came on board in Barcelona. The following day we will be in Israel. It will be Happy Hour ...
... like to know about hiking in Albania and we wanted more information on cycling in Ireland so we exchanged email addresses. Our bus was in Sougia when we arrived and we spent the next hour or so driving over several mountain ranges on some of the tightest switchback roads that we have ever been on. It was dark when we got back to our hotel and we were tired. A quick dinner of very good mezes and we headed for ...
... 16th century and again, set in a lovely garden atmosphere. Our table was at the very top of the restaurant that involved one set of stone steps and another winding staircase. Mental note to self... be careful what you drink!! Dinner was beautiful. I had beef and Grant had what he described as the best Moussaka of the trip. He also felt that this was the best Olive Paste and the best Greek Salad and so with that it was time to go home! ...