Chris Paul Hotel
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Adriatic Adventure 5-11-14 Venice-ferry-Patras
After yet another great night's sleep in the wonderful Hilton Garden Inn hotel I packed the bikes boxes and tried to do whatever I could to waste time.
The ferry for Petra (Greece) is only due to leave at 2pm and check-in time is from 12 noon onwards.
Finally after loading up the bike and giving it its daily check-over I went back to reception and paid my bill and then sat in the lounge drinking coffee until it was ...
... camera so as soon as I saw the blank iPad screen I knew we were in trouble. Much button pushing later.... Did you know that sunglasses are polarized and you can't see an iPad screen with them on??? Simon was back, but only for a short time. The app says it works without the internet and uses satellite technology but obviously they don't have satellites in this neck of the woods. ...
... statue of Zeus seated in his throne about twelve metres high. After this we visited the museum, no flash photography was allowed so I turned off my camera. The museum contains the famous Nike statue and also the statue of Hermes with the baby Dionysis, the child of one of Zeus's many affairs. The museum also had the pediments from the temple, one depicting the story of the father who didn't want his daughter to marry, because it was prophesied that ...
We said good-bye to Tanya our guide and Panos our driver at Patras. They were very knowledgeable and were great helps to us on this visit to Greece! If you ever come to Greece we know a great guide! :)
We are now on the ferry - the rooms are small, but the kids are enjoying playing cards, hanging out and having some time to rest.
This will be ...
We got up the next morning and returned to the Olympic ruins to catch the morning sun for photos, run (or walk) the Olympic stadium and tour the Olympic Games Museum (wished we had done this first)
The destination committee, which is carrying a heavy workload and convenes frequently, met and decided to head to Kalavryta and take the narrow ...