Finday Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 776BC and the connected temple complex with phenomenal. The site was complete with intact mosaic floors, grandstands and gyms. An unfortunately timed earthquake toppled some of what would have been the more amazing temples but did not take away from the site as a whole. A couple of Gyros later we made it to Patra. The port here just chaos, nothing else. Cars, vans, scooter, trucks all flying each and everyway ...
... dropping down our backs tempers frayed, finally here's the bus blessed air conditioning 36c outside. Welcome to Greece !!!! The drive to Athens was spectacular fantastic rocky cliffs olive trees deep blue sea. We stopped at the Corinth Canal .... Dug to avoid a 5 hour round cruise for boats there is a 61/2 km wide stretch of land. Trenches were first dug here in 79AD but it wasn't until1893 that a canal was completed and to this day 11000 ships a ...
... the States. I get to Patras, hop off the bus with bags intact, and wander around for half an hour waiting on the bus to take me to the right port. There they send me away for 10 minutes instead of letting me get my tickets. I explore the building and learn that the cafe sells sandwiches and pies but nothing gluten free. I curse Greek food and go back to get my ticket. There's a tour guide getting tickets for 30 people. I stare at the 'superfast' sign for the ...
... effectively giving them a two-lane highway. Except cars don’t fit in the hard shoulder unless they are parked: it isn’t quite wide enough or edged properly to allow normal traffic. So cars sort of straddle the edge of the lane, and overtakers just spread onto the other side of the road while almost side-swiping you at truly hair-raising speeds. So we just went slow and tried not to scream whenever another vehicle went blazing past.
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... When they arrived in Greece, she was 6 years old and her father turned their living room into the Emmaus headquarters. He sat at the table with his language helper working on translating the courses and finally they got the first course, What the Bible Teaches, finished and printed and began sending it out. Damaris said that she remembered her father excitedly reading letters he received back from villages where people had studied the courses. In her childhood memories, ...