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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Finikounda
... tomorrow and we have an 8:30am start. We are going on one of Disney's special tours that includes a cool kids activitiy. We are going to the Accropolis and then the museum. While the adults tour the museum the kids get to paint statues in the colors the statues would have been when originally created. And they get to bring home their mini statues. Can you imagine all the greek buildings painted in vivid colors? that is the way they were ...
Into Charakopio and meet Sitaris. Insists that we come to see him as he has a large pot of olive oil for us. Sadly no time before we leave (and realistically, no room in the van for more olive oil). Last dinner at Foulis, sitting outside watching the world go by. Very pleasant though only semi understood chats with Ianni, Foulis and their son Michaelis. Lots of hugs goodbye and gifts of ouzo, olives and olive oil. I am sure we will see them ...
I had a very happy hour in Gill's studio choosing a little clutch of her wonderful paintings. Thank you Padams! A very talented lady and very good company to boot! Sitting with Mick and Gill in their pretty garden with wine, ouzo and meze made the whole thing even more memorable. You can see some of Gill's work on facebook.com/gilltomlinsonart or wait for me to get home and unpack my ...
Up early to drive to Kalamata's Wednesday market, an hour's drive away. Pete has very kindly agreed to let dogs out so we leave them at home in the cool. Fantastic and enormous market, fruit, veg, cheeses, eggs, fish and meat. Some outside but most under cover in vast ...
... on an old road to take a different way back, we could see more ruined monasteries much higher up clinging to cliffs—they could have been Grand Canyon granaries, they were so high and hard to get to. Coming back down to the seaside town of Kardamyli, we walked on a steep cobbled mountainside path through the olive groves, marveling at the ancient stonework so well constructed and still doing its job brilliantly.
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