Amalia Hotel Olympia
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- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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I freely and unashamedly admit I am just a tad tiddly as I write this. Just had a beautiful evening meal complete with abundant red wine, beautiful chicken cooked in orange juice a grappa shot and dancing to boot!
Annnnnd what did we do today? Not 100% sure at this point in time! Maybe I will fill in the details in the morning!
Docked at this sleepy town on the mainland, first reaction is that it doesn't look like Greece. Trees dot the landscape along with small, flat cubular shaped homes, no charm whatsoever. The draw here is to travel and see the site of the first Olympic Games, we reject that journey. Charles gets to hold a replica of the torch and that is enough. We take a ridiculous ride on a wagon along the beach, the driver sings for us and we provide background and it turns out to be fun. The scenery ...
... board our home for the next 10 days Oceania Riviera. A younger twin of the Marina she is almost identical, very elegant with the same Lalique Glass in the lobby areas and black marble bathrooms. After lunch in the Waves Grill of their excellent Kobe beef burger we read until our cabin is ready.. Stateroom 7120 is a balcony cabin towards the rear of the ship with a very ...
... was just opening its doors at 6pm. Not sure why they have such weird hours but we took the opportunity to have a look around at the various old instruments and tools from hundreds of years ago. It had things like original dentist chairs and instruments... pretty scary looking everything.
After that we just headed back home stopping on the way to have a drink and small platter which ended up being four times the size we expected and it ended up being enough ...
... became harder and harder to deal with. I had new expectations. I was going to be doing Greece alone. That shouldn't have been a problem. I was able to travel and enjoy plenty of countries on my own, so why was I having such a hard time with Greece? It could have been the finality of my relationship, or the fact that I still held onto a bit of hope that we could still make something work. My hopeless romantic heart holds onto so much love and the idea that love stories ...