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... Another 20-minute stroll through the streets of Corfu town brought us back to the ship. It’s been a beautiful, hot day in Greece so we’ll enjoy time to cool off on the ship before our lecture about "Greek Myth and History and the Ionian Sea," at 5 p.m.
We’ll have time to enjoy the evening in Corfu before leaving at 10 p.m. to head to our next destination: Preveza.
... over who was entitled to the 2 bowls of chips ordered was perhaps just a sign of what was to come.
The following day we planned to catch the bus to Ksamil. While packing the bag to go to the beach Steve realised he had forgotten his trunks (although passed the blame on very well!). We stopped near the bus stop to buy another pair, and despite turning down the opportunity to try them on on the side of the road, opted for XXL! He blames the Albanian sizing, but ...
... the next one, set off on foot. Not far down the road I decided it was too hot and was time for a swim. So, swam until lunch time and went back to the resort for eats. Never made it to town. I started to feel fine anyway so didn't need to extra drugs.
After lunch a few of the other groups started to appear. I got chatting with Veronica and Diana (pretty happy I remembered their names as I still can’t remember all the people on my own tour), a ...
... we had heard about earlier in our trip. 40 girls, 5 guys, 2 of the guys were taken and the other 3 were socially awkward, so we had to capitalize on that.
After dinner, we left last, it was clear that both these tours are not party animals. Where our group had polished off all the wine from all of our tables before the mains had been served, these groups had still full and half full bottles on the tables when we walked out. Then it was back to the resort pool ...
... Toga party at the hotel where we all made togas out of bed sheets and spent the night drinking. Might have drank a bit too much and woke up with multiple bruises the next day from falling over... The third day was spent chilling by the pool and the beach eating ice cream. In the evening we went to a Greek meal with music and traditional Greek dancing. ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Mitsis Roda Beach Resort and Spa Karousades
well we all decided to have a holiday abroad for the first time in July 05 there were 4 of us to start with that soon went up to 9 in all. When we got to the hotel my god was it HOT the receptionist did her best to book a coach load in as quick as possible then it was up to the room where we found all our luggage there already. the rooms were tidy and compact three to a room plenty of space to walk round in beds alright but the pillows were a bit flat so ask at the reception for more pillows and they will send them up. The hotel was clean and tidy AND THE STAFF WERE ALL PLEASENT even the maids who could not speak english we still managed to sort things out. Next came the food well my brood are boring nothing but boring food well after the first few days they were trying all sorts of meals and their desserts are to die for as my weight will tell you. then on to the night life well the entertainment was brilliant Welshy (mad as a hatter) excellent voice only bloke i know who can pot all the pool balls faster with one hand than most could with two. Lauren (cutie) who could dance a little bit only joking what a mover and could be dancing all day and night around the pool and in the caberets and could remember every ones name in the english parties. Next came along Yvonne (mum) could sing dance and fool around with all the kids and adults all day and night. Got a doctor to my daughter when something bit her leg and it swelled up to double her size in 1/2 an hour excellent Then there was Drew (mr showbiz) as we called him the man could do everthing and more all the team were excellent
Great spot for familys
my wife and i stayed here and had a great holiday but would particularly like to recommend this hotel to family's. The entertainment is fantastic for both the adults and kid's,the hotel is all inclusive so you save big time on drinks and ice creams also the small town of Roda is only 15 minutes away and is a great spot for everyone..if your thinking of going go you will enjoy it.
This hotel was absolutely amazing wonderful in every way, beautiful surroundings(it was amazing waking up to them in the morning), you're right on the doorstep to the beach, food was lovely, pools are excellent not much more you can ask for really, the only thing i would reccomend is that it is quite a way from the shops and clubs etc... if you are a group of teenagers (i was 15 when i went) 17 now and thinking back I would probably go somewhere a little bit more lively although I suppose you could get a bus but I'm not sure whether it would be safe??? Anyway apart from that it was brilliant! Oh one more thing it had a good little place which did the entertainment which was relly good for families. All in all a brilliant hotel!!!!
We stayed here in the last week of the season before extensive renovations are carried out by the new owners.
Stayed 29 July 05 for 2 weeks booking with Thomas Cook. Excellent value.
fantastic place, would love to go back, entertainment was great, drew, welshy, yvonne and lauren really rock!!!
After 10 years of living in the USA I returned for one week vacation with my 2 kids (7 and 5 years) to my favorite island in Greece - Corfu. With absolute delight I realized, that most things were exactly as I remembered. A few more hotels, shops and attractions, but the greek people were still as friendly and warm-hearted as always.
I would give it an "Excellent" except for the hard beds. The entire complex is kept immaculately clean-pools, beach, rooms, etc. Beautiful gardens throughout. The food's variety and quality was fabulous, the dining room has incredible ocean views. All the staff were very friendly and the atmosphere was quite professional too. The tour companies run programs for adults and kids and all seemed very good. The different food/drink locales throughout the resort were well stocked and convenient. A short 5-10 min walk down the beach will get you to the village of Roda--not nearly as over-run and touristy as Sidari, but still friendly and accessible. There is a boat hire on the beach when you first come into Roda--this is very efficiently and safely run with clean, affordable and safe boats. Very user-friendly fellows who run it. A 2-minute walk down the beach from the hotel will bring you to a shop where you can use the internet and pick up anything you forgot to bring. We went through TUI and thoroughly enjoyed many of the optional tours, especially the catamaran ride. Because of all the tour buses, I would recommend just joining one to see the island--driving is pretty precarious with huge buses swinging quickly around every hairpin turn (and there are many!). -- Our hard bed was fixed after 2 days of slowly adding 3 extra blankets and a thin foam mat they had. I'd love to go back, but I'd bring a foam mat of my own to help supplement the beds.