Grecotel Olympia Riviera Thalasso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... us hired a taxi for 80 euro total including his waiting time for us at Mt Olympiad. Our driver was Antonis and he said his tidy looking Skoda taxi had travelled over 1 million kilometres and was on its second engine. He was a million man as he said that Katakolon has about 1 million tourists per year, mainly via cruise ship - there was a second ship in port at the same time we were. We noted that it had a hydroslide that included a clear section ...
... The man had a change of heart by the time they got the boat in the water to rescue him though because apparently he had been screaming for help. Later on that afternoon the ship aired an announcement confirming he had gone overboard and that the board had made an emergency stop to rescue him and that he was still recovering in the ship’s medical facility.
All in all, it was a good week and I was so glad that I got to see so many beautiful places.
... the reason I wanted to do this bus trip.
We had lunch at a fabulous family owned restaurant that the family have run for more than 30 years, the father was an olympian and had carried the torch for the Munich Olympics. That torch is valued at €70,000 and is on display in the restaurant on an open shelf.
We travelled on to Patras and a shopping stop that included olive oil (23 varieties) and wine tastings. Onwards along ...
... out of the weather (those that weren’t taken in the 1800s by over-eager British and German treasure seekers).
Our travelers with mobility limitations were able to pretty much see everything at Olympic Village with some elbow grease from me and Marc (mostly Marc) as we pushed chairs up a couple of sizable hills. Also, the pavement was very bumpy with large pebbles which made for uncomfortable rides for Phyllis & Joe. I think their bones ached by the end!
... audio system. We checked in to the Hotel Antonios at 6:30 and were welcomed with Ouzo and nibblies which was nice. I won't say too much about this hotel as nothing could compare to last night's. Dinner tonight was preceded by a cooking class at the nearby Touris Club and after a sumptuous meal there was plate smashing and greek dancing where everyone was involved. It was a great night...the Greeks really know how to enjoy ...