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... We really have the knack of the water buses now and bought a day pass which was very good value. We got off at St Marco Sq and Steve really wanted to go to the Rialto Bridge so we hopped on another water bus and off we went. There were so many people with the same idea so Steve scooted up to the bridge for a look but didn’t stay too long. We had a leisurely lunch beside the canal before going back to St Marco Sq. I did some shopping and Steve went ...
After our first day at sea, we arrive at Cephalonia (with a hard C, or a K). The port is in the town of Argostolion, we travel by tender from the ship to the port. We then board a coach for our Cephalonia Highlights Tour.
We travel along narrow, winding roads, constantly ascending (are there any other types of roads?). We see plenty of goats, not many people.
Our first stop is at the underground Lake of Melissani, where we descend along a steep tunnel to our little row boats. ...
... in 1953 destroyed pretty much all of the island, one interesting fact we were told was that before the earthquake the island population was 125,000 and now there is only approximately 30,000 (must have immigrated to Australia) we did however go to the local museum which did show some photos, clothing and artifacts that were recovered for prosperity and was quite ...
We are traveling from Malta to Argostoli, one of the Ionian Islands.
The leisurely day starts with a leisurely breakfast in the Vista Dining Room, where Jeannette carefully tried to plan the day.
The Noordam has several eating areas. The Lido is a buffet style dining area and breakfast, lunch and dinner can be eaten there. Dress requirements are less formal.
The Vista is a sit down dining room for breakfast and dinner. The dinner menu changes daily.
... stayed on board reading. Unfortunately for the Buckners, I left them alone for the rest of the early to late afternoon, because I was in a very exciting part of my book, and I could not put it down. I heard them splashing around me, all having fun as I was too, following the lives of my characters. Before I knew it we were at the Southern tip of Lefkas, and 45 minutes by boat outside of Vassiliki. A very small, deserted "V" shaped bay, where we stern tied ...