Airotel Achaia Beach
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... well as I had a feeling we were in for a rough crossing and sure enough we were.
With all my rain gear now off I unclip my one pannier and topbox and start the long climb up the stairs to the main reception on floor 6.
Here a kind lady takes my ticket and then shows me to my cabin which is meant to be one with a view!! Well it sure has a window but overlooking the car deck is not quite the kind of view I wanted ;-)
While sitting out in the rain waiting to board ...
... by the third day.
We picked up the van from the airport and quickly headed for quieter areas, we crossed the Corinth canal into the Peloponnese. This was the beginning of true post card Greece with tiny little beach towns with very few tourists in sight – a nice change from the likes of Santorini with the daily influx of cruise ship guests. We also enjoyed some of the best wild ...
... had told us to go) which turned out to be a beautiful Greek town. I'd love to stay there sometime. There was an enclosed inner dock with fortress walls all around. The sailing ships and fishing boats inside were all tied stern in in the European way and I itched to be on one going out to sea.
Hubby had ice cream and we stopped for a drink but were starting to get tired to we wandered back to the car and drove the Rio bridge back home to the ...
... and dog food/cat food in little bowls for each of them.
Watching the old lady feed and cuddle the dogs for a while distracted me from the fact that no one was coming out of the Acropolis entrance and that Gemma would be exiting from the other side. We had agreed that if I wasn’t at the entrance Gemma would meet me at the hostel so I quickly started to make my way back, meeting a very flustered Gemma halfway back.
We had to hurry back to the hostel to ...
... Mr. Bean-esque... We also went so see the ruins of Dionysis's Theatre - the oldest theatre in, somewhere. It was getting so hot by now! (Late morning.) Time to say goodbye to Athens and head back to the port of Patras to catch the ferry back to Italy. Xenia took us to a restaurant for lunch that was at the bottom of the beautiful aqua blue Corinth Canal, overlooking the sinking bridge that lets ...