The beach town of Leptokarya
Mt. Olympus in the distance
Is it “bakery” or “backery”?
A beautiful beach scene
Lots going on at the “Water Fun Park”... NOT. This was about has happening as it got.
Fishing boats in the distance
It was still off-season, so the beach was practically deserted.
Private homes on the beach.
Hotels on the strip in front of the beach.
View from the 2nd floor of our hotel room.
Sean writing his postcards
This was such a cute scene of a grandpa and his grandson.
I couldn't help taking several pictures of them.
The grandfather probably thinks I'm spying or stalking them.
But I was so good at being discreet, I'm sure he didn't realize I was spying on them.
Jellyfish in the water - we didn't even try to get near the water after seeing a bunch of these.
All ready for the water, but I couldn't get in.
Our page-turning beach reads... :)
This restaurant was pretty packed full, compared to other restaurants that were empty.
Second fried calamari dish of the four days, and they were DELICIOUS!
Greek salad was good also.
Sean's grilled squid.
Night life on the beach strip.
The “all day bar” at night
The “all day bar” before noon - empty
Charotaverna Restaurant and Hotel
Waiting for breakfast in the hotel's restaurant.
Breakfast at the hotel (not included in hotel rate)
The balcony was the best thing about the hotel.
Afroditi Hotel room
The Greeks don't believe in shower curtains. And the size of this bathroom isn't too bad compared to the hotel in Litochoro. Still a little tight for us Americans though.
The new room we were switched to after seeing water leaks in the bathroom of the other room.
It seems the Greeks don't use shower curtains... and their bathrooms are extremely small.