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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Today we explored Deep Mani, the arid southern half of the Peloponnese's "middle finger," noted for its martial towers and fierce inhabitants. After walking around Vathia, we took advantage of unseasonably warm weather to swim, hike, and lunch on the beach at Porto Kayio. ...
Late this morning, after we had packed the car and given up hope of visiting Patrick (Paddy) Leigh Fermor's house, Mary got a call with the green light from the Benaki Museum in Athens. We walked there (half a mile along a public path) and were greeted by Elpida, supervisor of the house and Paddy's caretaker during the last 7 years of his long life. She showed us around (no photos inside) and told great strides with great affection for her old boss. ...
... emotionally fragile!! The passengers are carried across to the mainland using one of the life boats as a ferry. This is Roisin’s favourite mode of transport (OK, this may be a misprint!!) Tickets are obtained (free of charge) from the reception. This consists of a letter. When the letter is called, you make your way to the tender via the directional signs. You don’t need to take the exact tender corresponding to your 'letter’. As long as you don’t ...
... to the ship we came across a guy who was inviting people into his restaurant. I looked around and he looked the spitting image of my brother Darin. I even had my photo with him and he was telling all his friends I was his sister.
This night at the bar I had a 'Tiquila Sunrise ' cocktail then went to the onboard shop to chock up on cold stuff as I caught a cold then went to look at photos taken professionally of us on ...
... 8217;ve been doing lately! I love watching the kids discovering all the nooks and crannies of these ancient ruins and truly absorbing the history. I thought by now they might have reached their “ruin saturation point,” but it doesn’t seem to be true and I’m very pleased. Dinner was, where else, at a taverna around the corner from the hotel. We ate in a back courtyard and had a marvelous meal of souvlaki (shish kebab), Greek ...