Civitel Olympic Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of the largest in the ancient world, and lies in a big open enclosure in which 16 of the original impressive 17 metre high columns are preserved, one of which lies on the ground after falling after a storm. Nearby is an arched gateway called Hadrian's Arch, built to honour the emperor Hadrian who oversaw the completion of the temple which through history took over 700 years to build.
We'd heard that the new Acropolis museum was very worthwhile, and ...
... in other words, the mother and father.
-----We people were born and grew with great energy, with which we went out and sought mating partners. But when we aged, our health and energy faded. Maybe, if we abstained from sex and vices, we could stay youthful and energetic into our fifties, sixties, seventies?
-----Luckily, there was an alternative to vices.
Part IV: "Acts of Spontaneous Ecstasy"
-----The definition of an Act of ...
... decided to stop our tour there and go back to the room, out of the sun and resume later when the sun was not as harsh. By all accounts it was a very hot day, with even the locals complaining. We did our washing and had a lovely air conditioned restful afternoon ready for the evenings activities - our Segway tour. We walked through the streets towards the tour and decided to have a progressive dinner. One raconteur offered us free wifi, free drinks and best recipes ...
... JULY 13 ============== We visited ancient Olympia today - saw the site of the Ancient Greek games and the museum with artifacts and statues from the site. The kids ran a race around the track where the first Greeks ran - and in the heat! Luke, the oldest boy, came in first. Andrew came in 3rd. He ran in his sandals. We threw out his tennis shoes today. He complained on the flight over that they pinched his feet and hasn't worn them since. He tried to put them on this morning for ...
... Nike sneakers and a Nike Tshirt. We went bowling and I scored 74, Ody was 72, Remos was 92 and Tom was 55.
I then got sick in Athens. I had diarrhea and vomited once. Mum and Dad took me to hospital and they said I had to rest and only eat plain food. We stayed one extra night in Athens and I spent the day in bed. I watched 5 movies. It was fun.
Athens Population: 3,750,000