Amalia Hotel Olympia
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- TV Channel One Russia
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I am writing this on the bus ride from Olympia to Delphi. I was too pooped last night! Yesterday started off with too many choices at breakfast and then on to a nearby winery. The vineyard has been in one family for generations but the winery was started in this generation. It is bio - organic - as well as energy self sufficient. They get 100 kW …
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!
We decided to do our first ever cruise as a family, mainly to save the headache of deciding where to go in Italy and figuring out what it would cost. Lucky for us it was on the Norwegian Jade!
The first stop was to see Olympia. The site of the first Olympics. We arrived on a day where it was softly raining but were happy to meet up with our private guide. ...
... A quick lesson in phyllo- the dough of Greece. Costas explained that every female needs to know how to make phyllo. If she has not mastered this by the time of her wedding, the groom will have his new mother-in-law as a houseguest. Samples of pies surrounded in phyllo were another stop on the breakfast extravaganza.
Now a trip to what I call the Greek deli. In the small shop, we sat at a picnic table with ...
... our travel out of principle: telling us not to give money to the Israeli government, that what they are doing is egregious. I am no stranger to boycotts, believe me - my Pepsi and Nestlé grudge is going on 24 years strong! But if I were to boycott travel based on a government's injustice, I wouldn't have gone to China for its occupation of Tibet and Xinjiang and its massive human rights violations; I wouldn't have gone to Iran or Uganda for their treatment ...