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- Swimming pool
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... we really had no choice but to relax and swim again before arriving in Korcula. Once we docked Kassie gave us some general information about the island. The first cool thing was that the centre of it is shaped like a fish and this design is aimed to protect the city from the wind. We also learnt that this island was under Venetian rule for many years and so we will see the winged line of Venice on many of the buildings. She then walked us up ...
This morning we had to be all packed up and check out by 10, but we were spending most of the day here in Valencia so we had to be pretty organised. We knew we wanted to do the market and cathedral in the morning and we also wanted to go and see this huge modern science and arts centre. We were also really keen to ride bikes through the park that basically surrounds the inner part of the city. I think maybe the park was some sort of moat years and years ago ...
... two lost geriatrics turned up..... no idea where they had got to....truthfully I doubt they knew! As mentioned our excursion was one of the shorter ones, so when we got back to the ship it was all but deserted. Got to take advantage of the spa and swimming pools and score a poolside deck chair which usually you stand a s**t show of using, normally all the pushy self serving people pop out and put towels on deckchairs at the crack of dawn then bugger off ...
... bar was pretty busy. We actually met some Americans! They were from California and Wisconsin. We shared drinks with them and brought the night to a close again around midnight.
When I came back up to the hostel I found some of my roommates had discovered how to get Netflix over here. Normally, you can't get any kind of Netflix because the company doesn't have certain copyrights over here. As impressed as I was to see that they had duped there computers, I was ...
... a complicated history and magnificent views towards the city of Athens.
It is only an hour or so back to the port of Piraeus, 20 minutes on the bus and then the day is ended with the reverse trip up towards the Acropolis and into the Acropolis Hill Hotel. Time to shower, pack and get organised for the trip home tomorrow. It was a good day out and I chatted with some interesting folks - well worth it.