- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of calcium in the limestone, the water that dripped through the rock here came out as milky white, surely the sign of a miraculous endorsement of this site for the building of the first church 1,000 years ago. By capturing all of this water in buckets, the priests were able to use this holy water in rituals, here and in other churches in the area.
There was even more waiting for us on this unexpected tour, though. Climbing even higher we were shown to a small ...
We travelled to a medieval ghost village perched high on the top of a mountain. The drive there was dreadful, had my eyes closed most of the way. Great mountain top view of the west coast of Chios. We visited a lovely village and church with carvings from a tree a feature. No air-con on the ...
... safety in the tower and to protect as much of their mastic as possible. We were told that there were only two gates into town and for this very purpose. Oddly, though, there was little or no action going on at all inside of Olympi, where there had been a fair amount of traffic inside of Mesta. In fact, a young woman had to kind of chase us down when it looked like we might be turning around, confused at the stillness of it all,. She insisted that we each take a very ...
... a single person saw us as we were at a very deserted tiny village on the north shore of the island.
Trying to salvage what we could from the day, we did get in a good swim in the reliably crystal-clear water off of a pebbly beach nearby. While returning to Volissos, we stopped and climbed up to the Byzantine-era 13th Century castle that was perched just over the head of our little loft and enjoyed the breathtaking vistas and 360-degree views ...
... the town. In this case, there is only one way to go, following the tried and true method of finding the highest church tower and heading towards that. In order to accomplish this we found ourselves on ridiculously narrow cobblestoned lanes but did eventually emerge at the bottom of the church tower. One solitary woman seemed to stand out to us among the many people in the square so I rolled down my window and asked, "Stella?". She nodded affirmatively and Lynn and I shouted, "Yes!" As ...