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I hadn’t listened and there was disagreement about whether Emmanuel was going to take us to the Temple of Zeus or pick us up after visiting the Temple. In the end it had been the former but we had had time to go to the entrance, see all we wanted to and get back to the meeting spot at the set time.
Emmanuel then took us to the Parliament for the changing of the guard in front of the Unknown Soldier. We arrived just before ...
Despite it being a sea day, Nancy and I were up,at our normal time. Courtney was feeling a tad seasick and she stayed back in the cabin to rest a while longer while we went to the dining room for breakfast.
We had an enjoyable breakfast as the dining room was not too crowded. I guess a lot of people slept in today after their late evening at the White Hot Party last evening.
On our way back to the cabin after breakfast, we ...
... open air markets where you really get the feeling for the area. Bins of fresh fish and whole sheep hanging from hooks being sold by a chorus of mongers trying to out yell each other.
Debby wanted to visit some of the beautiful Greek Orthodox churches since it is Orthodox Easter so we saw a few but couldn't understand a word of the services - it was all Greek to ...
... by 3, because Alex was heading straight there and I hoped that would be the right timing. Our next challenge would be that the bus doesn’t announce stops, you just have to know where to get off and push the button to let the driver know to stop. We had no idea – even with two maps we had no idea. So we decided to ask a man standing in front of us. No English. Hmm.
About that time we drove by what I thought was the Modern Olympic Stadium, ...
January 18th, another day at sea to catch our breath. It was a pretty average day at sea. We attended lectures and demonstrations, and I made a decorated mask in Arts & Crafts. We both went to the lecture about the Suez Canal -- which is a highlight of this journey. The showroom was packed, but we managed to find seats. In the evening, dinner and the show (a pretty good production show) and the day was over.
We awoke to pouring rain on our arrival in ...