Apollo Resorta Art Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... is situated among the Pelopenesian Mountains. Their major crops are courrants, oranges and other citrus. The first Ancient Olympics began in 766 BC and lasted until 393 AD when Christianity came. In the ancient Olympics, there was only one prize awarded, an olive branch which is the sign of peace. The peak of the Olympics were in 500 BC. They were only held on Olympia every four years, but there were other games in other places in other years. The ...
... grounds, we visited the museum, where many of the sculptures and relics of the site were housed. We were very lucky – it started pouring once we got inside, and stopped when we left.
On the way back to Katakolon, Fortis took us by a beautiful beach – Agio Andreas. Very beautiful, but we just had time to take a few photos. Back in Katakolon, Michelle and I headed straight to lunch on the ship, as the drinks from the ...
We left Athens on a sunny Friday morning and took the bus to the town of Kyparissia where Mike had found us a workstay. Rod and Bernadette met us at the bus station and were the nicest couple we could have hoped for! They had left England about eight years prior when they retired early and decided to build a home in Greece. In addition to their house they have also built a log cabin that Mike and I are staying in and it is by far the nicest accommodation we've had yet! (They use it as ...
... br> A comment on food. The onboard Restaurant , the Rembrandt, is excellent We have had many good meals there. By having open dining we have also sat with different fellow travellers from all over the world. We are enjoying our novice cruise and though it only allows for a taste of each city or town, it is interesting to approach these from the sea and enjoy the various entertainments at sea.
... better but he could get us a better car and that was exactly what he did, he gave us a blue Subaru and then all we did drive for a hour and a half and then we found this little village that we got recommended to go to Nafplio (Mr Prountzos). We stayed the night there at the Hotel Grande Britagne in a loft. We had our first Souvlaki that night, even though Jonny was half asleep he still enjoyed his souvlaki, he was dying to eat ...