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- Continental Breakfast
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... for the long haul back to the ship. Shortly after we arrived onboard we set sail again, this time heading for Albania. The sailing time would be 36 hours and we were looking forward to having a day at sea. In the evening we'd made a booking for dinner in the ship's specialty Italian restaurant. The food and the wines were excellent but the staff were not as engaging as those we have gotten to know in the main dining room. Still, we went off to bed happy with our ...
... for a rest... I don't know how many stairs there are but OMG it must be at least 1000... 5 mins in and I was breathing heavily and my heart was pounding through my body but breathing deeply and a quick stop we powered on.... for about an hour, maybe not quite that long but it seemed to take forever. Mind you it was worth every step cos the view from the top was absolutely magnificent... just look at the photos and ...
... children of all ages, including babies in strollers were coming out to dinner or for a stroll along the waterfronts. Young people in bars had the strollers next to them, or children running around playing with their friends while their parents were socializing in the restaurants or bars nearby.
It was suggested that we closed our windows before turning in, but had ours wide open, listening to the townspeople late at night socializing into the wee hours. So it is the same in ...
... doing its bit in helping the environment. . The City of Corinth is very nice, the Ma
rina is a free one, so there are no facilities. Coming into the Marina was a little deceiving, and we had a man on the wharf shouting instructions to us, and Stuart (whose knowledge of the Greek language is as about as deep of my knowledge of Latin) politely told him Brian knew what he was doing, that was until we ran aground! Stuart had a laugh, the guy had a laugh, and ...
... back when you’re ready to apologize.”
On the morning of New Years Eve, Vatistas explained to me that New Years is celebrated first and foremost as a family holiday. Before we got together with Vatistas’ godfather’s family for a spectacular New Year’s dinner, I gave a gift (a small Christmas tree) to Vatistas’ parents on New Years Eve—Greeks do their holiday gift exchanges on this day, rather than on Christmas.
Every corner ...