Agnantia Hotel Apartment
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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... beside us and the wonderful speech. We love you both. We boarded our plane to Athens at 5pm , however there was a slight hiccup. They didn't give us a seat allocation as their computer system was down. Then when we were waiting to board the people without a seat allocation were put on standby!!!! Fortunately for them, they put us on our flight! We arrived at our hotel called "350 degrees" at 6.15pm. It's very cool with retro decore. See photos below! Off to bed for a big sleep ...
... curvy roads and get us home. We popped into see Andy and Marco. We sat on the balcony overlooking the beautiful bay and village of Kioni as smells of yummy Greek food and the putt, putting of boats echoed in the distance. We sipped tea and chatted. Andy seemed to be coping well, although I'm sure he's in a lot of pain. We headed home for a sleep as all Greeks do , to ready us for ...
... by the men and the priest was really beautiful! Very melodic, harmonious tones filled the church. After the service we were greeted by some of the locals who kiss both cheeks alternately which is the Greek way. We met up with some English friends who also went to the service, then headed into the village for a coffee. Marky had one too! For the first time in ages he had coffee and very little reaction? Perhaps because it ...
... what the gods had in store for him that he'd forget about trying to get home and instead take her offer to live forever snuggled up with her in a posh castle. Odysseus refuses, preferring to hit the trail. Who refuses immortality? Homer's hero, turns out to be a down to earth guy. He shrugs off Calypso's lofty offer and gets about his journey, preferring the mundane to the divine. For him, Ithaca is worth years of strife and the goal means home, family, friends ...
... while, but could not make any out, so walked the length of the quay, where we saw fishing boats moored up just in with the mornings catch, probably about 10.30am. We were fascinated to see the fishermen weighing up their fish and selling from the side of the boats. While there we had the great surprise of seeing the turtles, surface around the boats, waiting ...