Grecotel Olympia Riviera Thalasso
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... heard our accents and welcomed me into the store, Robert was already in (she happened to be a good looking blond - Robert didn't notice - yeah!). After being told that the 10 Euro train was unreliable from the Cruise Location Director the night before we asked her about the train, she said the train was O.K, so we ended up catching the 8:45 am train to Olympus (with 20 seconds to spare - what is it ...
... Venice. This time we took the Ali Laguna - a water bus - into St Marks square. We booked ourselves a gondola ride for later in the morning, and did a spot more shopping before having the most expensive coffee and cokes in Europe - all for the "free" wifi. We left in time to stroll back to our meeting point for the gondola ride. We arrived with a couple of minutes to spare. Then I realised Fraser didn't have his bag. He realised he left it in the coffee shop. He sprinted ...
... get thrown out or yelled at because she was very famous. There is a line of marble slabs at one end of the arena. This marble line marks the start and finish line. Papa wanted me to run from one end of this famous arena to the other end and back. If my sisters would have been with me, I would have actually done that. Lunch... Again, lunch was wonderful! It was a buffet with Greek food. There was rice, pasta, salad, ...
My favorite thing about Greece? This applies mainly to Athens. But I love the culture, the restaurant owners grabbing you as you walk by, the scenery, the food, the Africans everywhere where selling sunglasses and bags, the beggars asking for your money, young gypsies, everything! Nothing whatsoever like Australia.
Greece is so beautiful and culturally diverse. Tomorrow is our last day, then onto the boat for an 18hr cruise on the sea to Italy!
... the biggest adventure of my life. The gelato is so good it also just reminds you how lucky you are to be alive. And when you’re averaging at least 2 gelatos a day, you’re pretty much in a constant “life is good” state of mind.
The stop after Bari was Katakalon, the port nearest Olympia, Greece. We turned our clocks forward when we entered the Greek region but since we get up and change time zones so often it doesn’t really affect us ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet