Aldemar Olympian Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a traditional Greek lunch followed by Greek dancing. What a fun afternoon. Back to the boat for a relax before the big GALA Cocktail night. Photos with Captain of the ship Giuseppe Galano. The show tonight at the Teatro Carlo Felice is Tezca, The Mystery of the Pyramids. After the show it's cocktail time and dancing at the Pigalle Lounge on Deck 7. Lots of ...
... a statue which would have their name and their family's name underneath, shaming them for years to come. We then had a look at the archaeological museum before heading back to the town of katakaoon, a town that exists solely for the cruise ship ...
... work. Beautifully detailed sculptures and bronzes as well as numerous terracotta artefacts and mosaics can be seen. On our return to the ship we again met the lady we helped. Many hugs later and we were heading to the pool. Another big day in paradise, but we had a special gala dinner ahead. All passengers were requested to dress in their finest outfits for dinner tonight. Everyone on our table looked absolutely fabulous !!!!' Life on board is ...
... ya know - it's closed! So after a swim for the kids, Julia meets a German girl called Hayley who was born in Italy, is 10 years old and so grateful to meet another English-speaking child, I read a book - nice. Then we dock at Katakolon at 1.30 ready for an excursion. We wait in a bar and weird thing is, no-smoking for the first row of seats, but all the back seating is reserved for smokers. So NO irons allowed on board but hey you can smoke?! It reeks! The Italian and ...
... the sacred truce (a truce of peace lasting 1-3 months). Athletes were required to take an oath promising that they had trained for ten months at home and for one month in Olympia. They also had to be unpunished and free (not a criminal or slave). If an athlete was caught cheating, they were required to finance a statue of Zeus and their name and wrong doing would be placed on the statue which was ...