Best Western Irida Resort
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8:22 am (Greece) 1:22 am (Michigan) It was hard to get up today. I got a decent amount of sleep but I'm still lacking energy. We get to go to Olympia today. It should be fun! Last night Angie, my new roommate, and I were trying to turn on the ac and couldn't figure it out. When we first walked in it kicked on so we knew it worked. Finally we decided to shut the balcony door so that it could stay cooler and it kicked on. I was like, this hotel is too ...
... of cookie-raisin things that were weird but delicious, bacon and sausage/hot-dog things, hard-boiled eggs, cereal, yogurt, fruit, orange juice, tea, and milk, and a variety of vegetables that seemed more apt for the lunch table, but of course no one complained. They also brought coffee and cream to each table if someone wanted it, along with special coffee drinks (though I’m sure they cost more). It was great, and we ...
... excited teenagers rushing around. Great views and the town had a really nice feel, could have stayed longer but off to Olympia tomorrow.
Little town of Olympia looked very pretty – lots of trees . Went to hotel and were really surprised when we asked how much rooms were and they asked us" how much did we want to pay?” The owner was pretty fed up , she said the town was dead, they just weren’t getting any tourists and told us that the ruins were closing at ...
... br> tranquility, you can taste a pure traditional dishes and of course try
our special olive oil extra virgin which is a source of life.
Kyparissia, as a place of vacation, is ideal for explorations and
excursions because of its geographical position. It gives you the
possibility of visiting the temple of Epicurean Apollo in the village
Vasses Figalias, the museum and the archaeological area ...
... the Bus was travelling quite slowly, the winding roads definitely had the potential to cause motion sickness. We passed through several small villages on roads that were barely wide enough for a car, but George, our driver, skillfully maneuvered the large Coach through the labyrinth of narrow streets.
We eventually reached Olympia (over an hour late) and our Guide Nikki was waiting near the entrance to the Museum. We were given a few minutes for ...