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Travel Blogs from Olympia
The last stop on our very busy day today was Olympia, the birthplace of the modern Olympics. This place is absolutely massive and the mind boggles when considering what it must have looked like in its hay day.
The first games held where in honour of the Greek god Zeus, and there was a massive temple (Temple of Zeus) within the temenos ( …
We are all packed and about ready to hit the road. Unfortunately, Hayley managed to get the stomach flu today, so fingers crossed she'll be at least vertical by tomorrow. Ugh, what a way to start! Our first flight leaves for Washington at 6:00 am. We meet Chelsea there and then head to San Fransisco. I'm trying not to count the travel time in the U.S. because the total travel time is daunting! 15 hours from California doesn't sound too bad, right? Wish us luck- off we ...
We had another sensational Christmas celebration, starting with the candlelight service at the Congregational Church in Canandaigua, followed by a festive dinner at the Hamlins. Lili and her cousins played and played, and we finished the night singing our traditional Hallelujah chorus. We thought Lili was suitably worn out after the excitement and all the play, but her first call to open presents was at 3 am! I did manage to get her ...
... after Kodak and entire neighborhoods were made up of Kodak employees. But when cameras didn’t need film anymore, their bread and butter business started to disappear and they didn’t have a line of business to replace it. They still do some things with cameras and copiers but basically it was over for them. The little bit of film business that was left went overseas. So Rochester is one of these upstate NY cities that is a shell of its former self.
It's the final stretch of study abroad, which is frightening yet thrilling! We are all so excited to go home, yet we'll all be missing this experience for the rest of our lives. It's crazy that next Saturday I'll be at my house snuggling on the couch with my dog, Snicker. It's been SOOOO long! What will I do with myself?!
Anyways, the last couple of weeks have been pretty fun. Last weekend I stayed in Athens even though a big group went off ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Antonios Olympia
Stayed here on my Insight tour. The place is nothing flash room wise but the owner also owns the restaurant next door which is awesome.
Rooms are comfy and clean, the staff are excellent. If you are staying in the area and dont expect 5 star luxury then I can recommend this place.
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