Aldemar Olympian Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... train, it is a single track light gauge diesel with two cars, similar to the Sydney Light rail. The driver needs his cigar and espresso to travel the 35 km 4 stop distance. the journey is a great way to see the Olive trees, the graffiti is removed by the overgrowing vegetation. Total cost of Paluzzano Visit 50 Euro (including drinks, ice cream and Coffee) V Shore Excursion 260 Euro. Pays to speak to the ...
... Katakolo. It was a tourist town, cruise ships come in and buses take tourists to Olympia. So tomorrow we'll get there somehow because the locals are saying two cruise ships come in tomorrow! Ancient Olympia at last! Run the 200m in Olympia, well almost coz it's only 180 metres. The athletes came in through a tunnel . . . mmm looks like a familiar idea. The temple of Zeus that housed ...
... people pushing and barging. We head to Squok Club on Deck 12 to book the kids in for dinner. It's formal night, Rod Stewart is the entertainment, not the real McCoy but someone singing his songs we think. So nice to have a dinner together, still not alone, but without the kids, as much as we love them, will be SUPERB. Guessing Mac will be asleep by the time we pick him up. Kids head to waterslide - they've been chomping at the bit to get there! And we get there and ...
... hanging in bell jars from the olive tree branches. We had a fabulously fresh meal that was cooked over a large nearby grill and served to us by the owner's children. An unforgettable night!
Today, we enjoyed a lavish breakfast before heading down the hill to the ancient archaeological site of Olympia. A small fee gives admission to both the archaeological site and the museum; kids are ...
... begging and we saw children approaching other vehicles at the traffic lights. There have been a lot of beggars around southern Europe - we have been told by many sources that the beggars are " professional beggars " from Romania and other parts of Eastern Europe , who have come to warmer climes in winter . But this was in another league. When we arrived at the campsite after the big shop, the owner of the site told us that the beggars ...