9 Muses Hotel Skala Beach
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... the effort from what we have heard. I forgot to mention that we lost a wheel off one of the suitcases so I had to carry one suitcase, pull one and wear a backpack, I felt like a pack mule.
I read in the newspaper today that the UK is settling in for some hurricane and wet weather, I have to admit we felt slightly smug when boarding the plane today if not a little sorry for poor old blighty.
Catch you all soon, I will add some photos ...
... agricultural region. With a population of 144,449 (2011), it is an important industrial center, while its port provides a bridge between Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Volos is the newest of the Greek port cities, with a large proportion of modern buildings erected following the catastrophic earthquakes of
Late next week we will travel to our final Greek destinations, the islands of Corfu and Olympia, but Volos ...
Arrived at a very dull, overcast, damp port of Volos (Volos olives are
apparently famous) in the north of Greece but it didn't rain on us so
that was a blessing. The city sits on flat land at the base of Mt
Pelion almost 5100 feet high in a region known as Thessaly. Pelion
was the legendary home of the Centaurs and Jason, the Argonauts and
the Golden Fleece etc. On our excursion we visited the
Archaeological Museum and ...
Today we got into Volos, Greece early in the morning. We didn't have to be back on the ship until 6:30 at night so we really had the entire day at shore which was nice, except we came to find out very quickly that Volos has absolutely nothing to see. The tours on the cruise ship were all to go see the monks in the monasteries. Although I thought this would be interesting to go see, I did not find it worth the price. We had done a little research and decided ...
12 Aug. On yet another sunny day I went to a lecture on the times leading up to the Ottoman Empire’s harem & downfall which was caused mainly by drugs (opium). Then a lecture by Lord Andrew Mawson who is from bloody Bradford. He talked on the redevelopment of the East End of London.Later on,a lecture on the night sky by Leon De Ste Croix the entertainment Director who is an accomplished Astronomer.
Tonight at 7-30 we met the Captain, Alistair Clark at his cocktail party ...