Elite Suites by Amathus Beach
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- Swimming pool
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... public bathrooms require a charge to get in. It’s often only 50 euro cents, but I have paid 2.50 euros for admittance into a WC as well (in Venice, surprise, surprise!).
Our whole excursion was only supposed to be 4 hours, however the tour guide took over 6 hours to do the tour and returned us to port right when we had to board the ship. We had no time to explore Katakolon or even to stop and eat lunch! The ...
... of size of the structure. We then walk through the Palaistra, touching the columns and thinking of the athletes training for the games. It really is mind blowing to think what went on here centuries before. We leave Olympia and make our way up to the area of Patra and cross the massive cable bridge onto continental Greece. We stop briefly for coffee at Nafpaktos, then continue for 3hrs, wending our way up the Greece coastline, past small villages in each coastal cove ...
... to being lost somewhere between the campsite and a picture of Sara at the Olympic stadium at the site. Drove back to Olympia like we were in a rally. Searched the path down to the site, checked back in to the Athos campsite and had a swim, before checking ripping the van apart and checking the path again, then diner and bed ... not a good day ...
... surprise Maria arranged for us to be able to have a Greek cooking lesson before dinner this evening at the Touris Club, a little restaurant right next door to the hotel, owned by the same people. It was a fun affair, laughs abounded while us amateurs tried to keep up with the professionals. But I dont think we did too bad - we made Tzatziki, Zucchini Balls and some sort of mini cheese pasties. we all got to taste the cooking and the ...
... Our bus could eat your car". And it was true. But still, Kostas was magical. Narrow city streets, narrower ancient gateways, twisty-also-narrow mountain roads: he had it all. We are still in awe (it gets better--wait for what happened on Saturday, though if you've looked at the facebook pics you already know).
So, anyway, Olympia. The town is still called Ancient Olympia, and it's definitely a tourist town. It ...