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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Marco and Andy drove us to the Kefallonian airport. It was quite emotional saying our goodbyes We have had such an amazing amount of best wishes and messages from both our families and friends! We feel loved and cared for. We'd like to say thank you to everyone who wished us well on our special day. Thank you especially to bothers Marco and Andy for their great hospitality, chauffeuring and amazing after wedding dinner. Thank you for the active part you played in our ...
... us in Oz when it's been stamped. I wasn't in favour of going to Vathi municipal office to check everything - luckily Marky was on the ball!!! We would have got home and our papers might not have been legal!!! OMG only in Greece!! We did a bit of shopping then headed back to Frikes for lunch. We had some lovely Greek dips and 1/2 a litre of wine. Somehow Mark was able to drive the ...
... 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 ...
... smaller than I thought it would be, but my only reference was the 1954 Kirk Douglas movie, 'Ulysses' (that's the Roman name for him) and I'm pretty sure Paramount Pictures embellished the story a little. Ester, a fellow Homer fan, and I spoke at length about the point of the Odyssey. There is one part of the story that struck a cord with both of us. While Odysseus is being held captive by the demi-god, Calypso, she offers him immortality. She lets him know that if ...
... 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 ...