Club Hotel Iliochari
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... but secretly plotted against Glauke, presented her with a wedding dress but it was poisoned and hurt her skin so Glauke jumped into a pool to clean herself and drowned. Medea then killed her children with Jason and (as witches do) disappeared. Jason wallowed in misery for years, eventually returned to his rotting ship where he was hit on the head with a piece of debris on board and died. Sad life. You have to love Greek mythology.
... Firstly we went through a small museum, it may have been small but the relics were fantastic, amazing and when you think how old they were and the condition they were in... wow. From the 9th/6th century BC... Bowls from the Helladic era 1180-1060 BC... that is 3000 years old... they were really so sophisticated, talented and lived a very civilised life style. There was a mosaic floor almost in tact.. 150 - 200AD. It was a scene of a guy playing a ...
... mine a particularly huge seafood dish - €13 with a whole school of sardines! I started munching everything whole like Tom my brother does, but was running out of room and wondered if in fact it was not lady like to eat a prawns head and tail - or a sardine from nose to tip, that I did start to fillet and de-shell them. Verns grill platter was very nicely seasoned and grilled with a nice juicy pop to the meat.
... our way up the Acropolis to the Parthenon. From the Parthenon, we had outstanding views of Athens including Paul's Rock where St Paul delivered his sermon to the Athenians, recorded in Acts:17:24. After some photo ops from the Acropolis, our tour ended and we worked our way back down to Syntagma Square, caught the bus back to Piraeus and walked back to the ship to relax for the remainder of the day and ...
... a canal. In Paul’s time, boats, ships and loads were pulled across by pack animals and human beings, helped by a clever system of rollers. Corinth was a large port city dominated by, Acocorinth, a hilltop citadel. The streets followed a grid pattern around a large market place, public baths, an amphitheatre seating 14,000 and a temple to the god, Apollo. Hundreds of small stone walled shops lined the streets. Corinth was ...