Aquis Pelekas Beach Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... small stoves, dog owners and parents exercised their pets and children. The booking office told us that loading was at 10.00 pm, that came and went, as did 11.00 and 12.00, eventually at 12,10 there was a knock on the window, the dock had been changed we had to go to no.10. At no. 10 we joined the queue for the ferry that still hadn't arrived. At 12.30 it docked and we embarked. We're very tired, it's way past our bed time. We got to our cabin and settled in with a night ...
... Milan that we are paying for the ticket.
11/12 At sea
Yesterday I fell asleep at 3 and didn’t wake until 7pm. Thus I was not surprised when I woke up at 1:15, thinking it must be 5am. I read a couple of chapters of my novel about a Venice policeman and fortunately fell asleep until 7am. For the first time in months there were no dark circles under my eyes this ...
... city on the approach to Dubrovnik. Well, of course we didn’t because we slept in until 7:30, but I guess there was another inlet where the walls were. We took the Princess $15 r/t shuttle into town, next to the Pile Gate. The light rain didn’t bother us as we were well equipped with umbrellas and rain jackets. We got off the “main drag” to the side street to avoid the masses of cruisers shuffling along. There were lots ...
... is up a 2 kilometre hill?
We headed back into Corfu Town, took pictures of the old fort, walked our bikes through the pedestrian shopping area and then down the road bordering the water. The Veranda restaurant appealed to us and we had our perfect Greek lunch of Greek salad, calamari, Filo wrapped feta cheese with honey and sesame seeds, Mythos beer and retsina. Free WiFi meant that we could chat with James as he was still up in the middle of ...
... to Italian churches. We then drove to Achilleion Palace which has beautiful gardens and classical statues overlooking the coast. This was built by and Austrian empress in the late 1800s - and it really was very beautiful. During the war it was used as a hospital and later as an orphanage before it was restored for tourists to view. We drove through the main town and by this stage it was so wet we decided to return to the ship and warm up and have ...