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... to missionary) for a pork meal from a roasted whole pig. The mayor greeted us and we were seated at a long table in the village center. Then two musicians arrived and began playing, one on snare drum and one on balalaika. The balalaika player also sang, starting with Zorba theme song of course. The food was fabulous - bread, Greek salad, green salad, tzatziki sauce, French fries, pastitsio, pork and more pork, olives, sliced apples with honey, and ...
... line in the original Olympic stadium and walked the complete distance of the racing area (no running for me due to my new hip Greece Trip sandals which every chick knows is a fundamental purchase before a trip but should have been broken-in more beforehand). There were also tons of other buildings in ruins throughout the complex. They included training gymnasiums, bathhouses, and special treasuries that would hold ...
... the stadium, as did many other athletes before me . . . except, of course, that I was fully clothed and instead of running a race, I simply walked back with the others through the gardens to the archeological museum.
The museum had an amazing display of artifacts found at the site itself, including many of the ornaments from the Temple of Zeus. We also saw the head of Hera, statue of Hermes and the helmet of Miltiades, among so many other ...
The cruise in general was pretty good. The pools were smaller than expected but hey, a pool after a hot day is always welcome. We had two days at sea during the week, the first was the day after we visited Dubrovnik, Croatia. On that day at sea Brittany and I took my sister's advise and got up early to hit up the pool. The second day at sea was the day after our stop in Katakolon, Greece and the day before we docked back in Venice.
Our second day at sea, ...
... living in Greece with a thick mix of both accents (making him pretty hard to understand in the first place). He loved to talk but he didn't really tell stories the way our other tour guides did, he simply would just state dates and the dry details of what occurred. Even being someone with a history degree and loving this area within history, I just glazed over from the moment he started speaking until we were freed from him 6 ...