Best Western Irida Resort
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
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... bad for it though, it was like Venice’s uglier younger sister that never gets any glory. However, we wandered around and found some takeout pizza that was nothing special by Italian fine dining standards but to our Italian- virgin taste buds tasted INCREDIBLE. By that point it was dark outside but still quite early, so we took a bus into Venice. We walked over the footbridge and into the twisting and turning maze of cobblestones alley ways and tiny bridges over the canals. ...
... from port and see some of the land.
Once we arrived in Olympia, we toured the ruins of the site where the original Olympic games took place. What could have been a hot, confusing pile of rubble was for us a self guided walk that Bryan read aloud from the iPhone copy of Rick Steves' guidebook. We identified the different areas. Various sporting areas and temples. We would find a bit of shade under a tree or by a pillar and Bryan would read ...
... 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 ruins themselves were interesting, although they suffered a bit from a lack of information aimed at the lay-person rather than the expert or child (it seems to be a common thing with these historical sites...). We walked through big temples, houses and the village associated with the site – apparently the Emperor Nero lived here once. We then made our way through the Ancient Greek equivalent of the ‘Hall of Shame’, where they would put up a statue ...
... we stayed from the 18th May until 30th September. Staying the whole of the season for us was really great as it meant we saw the whole process and learnt such a lot. It was well worth doing so. Thanks very much Tom & Mel for all your help and sharing your expertise with us, it was very much appreciated. For 2 camp leaders you are excellent don’t let anyone else tell you different!! After over 2 years of volunteering ...