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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... amazing how these villages were built and so sad that they are currently only part-restored. We also meandered around the Nea Moni, a Byzantine monastery with it’s exhibit of around 150 skulls of people massacred by the Turks n 1822, but unfortunately the museum was ...
... back to Chios it was early afternoon and I for one felt exhausted. For me it had been the least interesting island we had visited and not worth the pre dawn start and not enough sleep. The beds are ******* board so I am not sleeping well anyway. But us culture vultures had to keep moving on as our next port of call was Mykonos which is a well known tourist haunt. Again for it to be shown on the map I have to do a separate entry even though we were there on the same ...
... prepares wonderful salads (beetroot especially good!). We bid a fond farewell to the Sideratos Apartments on Tuesday evening and motor gently back to the port. We're now literally just about to board the Ariadne, bound for Piraeus. We have a 'luxury' cabin... but what that actually means is as yet unknown at the time of writing! We're really looking forward to seeing Louie in Ithaki either on Wednesday or Thursday depending on the journey. She gets to Captain Yannis on Wednesday ...
... on about steam-boxes, connecting-rods and bogey-wheels for an hour on Friday morning before we set off for Cesme. The area around Cesme is not at all what we're expecting and, after an inspection of the various options on offer, we decide that it's time to say goodbye to Asia. We book a cheapy-cheapy room right on the old port square (now quite touristy and no longer where the boats moor) and buy ...
... a surprise to us and we started looking around, all the while dressed in our beach attire. After climbing back up some stairs from the parking lot we found a surprisingly modern office, museum and ticket booth, all there, apparently, just to serve us. The young man behind the counter greeted us and welcomed us in after we paid admission and explained that this was, in fact, a 1,000-year-old church and that there was also a labyrinth of natural caves behind the cliff walls. How ...