Spring proved the perfect time to explore the Isles and combined with cities in full bloom made the ideal backdrop for our unforgettable 14-day round-trip cruise from Roma, stopping at the Isle of Santorini  doing lunch at a taverna in Athens, followed the  Isle of Kefalonia, Dubrovnik in Croatia,  three days and one night in Venice, Kotor in Montenegro, the Isle of Corfu, Messina in Sicily and finally stopping at the birthplace of of the all too familiar pizza, Naples, for some garnished with Italian ham and anchovies.

We should a discussion about Venice, in particular, by praising its restaurants, wine bars, marble churches and blown glass.  You'll likely start with the fact that Venice is built on water. It is a place where people either float slowly down palace-lined man-made waterways or stroll down narrow alleyways.

If you want to explore fascinating Florence on your own and also indulge in the flavors of the world famous wines of its surrounding countryside, then this is the perfect cruise for you. 

Gee whiz, can life ever get any better than this?">
Spring proved the perfect time to explore the Isles and combined with cities in full bloom made the ideal backdrop for our unforgettable 14-day round-trip cruise from Roma, stopping at the Isle of Santorini  doing lunch at a taverna in Athens, followed the  Isle of Kefalonia, Dubrovnik in Croatia,  three days and one night in Venice, Kotor in Montenegro, the Isle of Corfu, Messina in Sicily and finally stopping at the birthplace of of the all too familiar pizza, Naples, for some garnished with Italian ham and anchovies.

We should a discussion about Venice, in particular, by praising its restaurants, wine bars, marble churches and blown glass.  You'll likely start with the fact that Venice is built on water. It is a place where people either float slowly down palace-lined man-made waterways or stroll down narrow alleyways.

If you want to explore fascinating Florence on your own and also indulge in the flavors of the world famous wines of its surrounding countryside, then this is the perfect cruise for you. 

Gee whiz, can life ever get any better than this?">
Spring proved the perfect time to explore the Isles and combined with cities in full bloom made the ideal backdrop for our unforgettable 14-day round-trip cruise from Roma, stopping at the Isle of Santorini  doing lunch at a taverna in Athens, followed the  Isle of Kefalonia, Dubrovnik in Croatia,  three days and one night in Venice, Kotor in Montenegro, the Isle of Corfu, Messina in Sicily and finally stopping at the birthplace of of the all too familiar pizza, Naples, for some garnished with Italian ham and anchovies.

We should a discussion about Venice, in particular, by praising its restaurants, wine bars, marble churches and blown glass.  You'll likely start with the fact that Venice is built on water. It is a place where people either float slowly down palace-lined man-made waterways or stroll down narrow alleyways.

If you want to explore fascinating Florence on your own and also indulge in the flavors of the world famous wines of its surrounding countryside, then this is the perfect cruise for you. 

Gee whiz, can life ever get any better than this?">
Spring proved the perfect time to explore the Isles and combined with cities in full bloom made the ideal backdrop for our unforgettable 14-day round-trip cruise from Roma, stopping at the Isle of Santorini  doing lunch at a taverna in Athens, followed the  Isle of Kefalonia, Dubrovnik in Croatia,  three days and one night in Venice, Kotor in Montenegro, the Isle of Corfu, Messina in Sicily and finally stopping at the birthplace of of the all too familiar pizza, Naples, for some garnished with Italian ham and anchovies.

We should a discussion about Venice, in particular, by praising its restaurants, wine bars, marble churches and blown glass.  You'll likely start with the fact that Venice is built on water. It is a place where people either float slowly down palace-lined man-made waterways or stroll down narrow alleyways.

If you want to explore fascinating Florence on your own and also indulge in the flavors of the world famous wines of its surrounding countryside, then this is the perfect cruise for you. 

Gee whiz, can life ever get any better than this?">

Cruising the Greek Isles and More , Robert Owen Cobb


Published in: itune > Europe,Books,Travel & Adventure,Science & Nature,Ecology,Agriculture,Nature,Specialty Travel,Essays & Memoirs,Environment > Free Games | Published on 02/Sep/2019 07:42

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In case you haven't downloaded and read my previous publication, Cruising The British Isles, our cruise around Britain and the Irish Republic went well. 

So well that we decided to embark upon an equally challenging one, this time cruising The Greek Isles And More.

As one used to say, "Only Nixon Could Go To China," but we would paraphrase his words when saying, "Only Owen and Joyce could go to the Greek Isles."

Spring proved the perfect time to explore the Isles and combined with cities in full bloom made the ideal backdrop for our unforgettable 14-day round-trip cruise from Roma, stopping at the Isle of Santorini  doing lunch at a taverna in Athens, followed the  Isle of Kefalonia, Dubrovnik in Croatia,  three days and one night in Venice, Kotor in Montenegro, the Isle of Corfu, Messina in Sicily and finally stopping at the birthplace of of the all too familiar pizza, Naples, for some garnished with Italian ham and anchovies.

We should a discussion about Venice, in particular, by praising its restaurants, wine bars, marble churches and blown glass.  You'll likely start with the fact that Venice is built on water. It is a place where people either float slowly down palace-lined man-made waterways or stroll down narrow alleyways.

If you want to explore fascinating Florence on your own and also indulge in the flavors of the world famous wines of its surrounding countryside, then this is the perfect cruise for you. 

Gee whiz, can life ever get any better than this?



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