Ionian Paradise Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... intently and Logan sat on the front seat watching it intently! We went for a walk and tried to photograph the grebes, we spotted some more out on the open water, the village was typical a small church, a local shop that sells everything, a few tractors parked, a couple of dogs coming to see who we are and the older generation of residents watching us suspiciously until we say 'hello' to them, then they usually ...
... and headed west from Athens, making our way towards the port for sailing to Italy. We used the motorway as it is quicker, but it is expensive, the toll booths seem to be too close together for the money we paid. Also we think that we are paying to have the road built, for at least 50 miles we drove on single carriageways whilst they are still building the rest of the road around it. As we headed west the ...
... 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 ...
... s "Goodnight Charlie!" So of course we went home for a sleep!!! Like all good Greeks do! Tonight Mark and I are out for dinner at Andy's restaurant for dinner with Sue and Michael. We are heading down to see Andy before we go. We are going to bring some food home for him from the restaurant. Marco is an amazing host at the restaurant and is holding the fort at present til Andy is up on his feet again. Another fantastic day in ...
We left Ithaca today and here is how it went; travelled by taxi, ferry, taxi, more taxi, airplane and bus. I sat at a cafe so long I got wired on coffee, then some kid kicked a soccer ball into me, then I got bit up by mosquitoes at a restaurant and at least one of the cabbies over charged us. We started the day at 7 a.m. in an all-island electrical blackout on Ithaca (we had breakfast by lantern light) and ended it in a pretentious, over-priced, rip-off restaurant ...