Apollo Resorta Art Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... for several weeks. During this time all conflict in Greece had to be suspended. The site of Olympia was discovered in 1776, but the most important excavations are recent. Zeus' temple was partially reconstructed by the Germans. The stadium is particularly impressive with an audience capacity of 45,000. It is still possible to see the starting and finishing lines of the races in the ...
... the first European, Lydia.to Christianity and was mentioned in the book of ACTS. There isn’t any archaeological evidence from the time of ST Paul and it was claimed that Christians had to remain hidden as they were persecuted. So the earliest Christian relics are from about the 4th century AD when Rome became Christian.
It gave me great satisfaction to get around like the locals ...
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 ...
... monastery with a view to finish the day. Our driver gave us a bottle of his olive oil from his farm to take with us together with a CD of Greek music. Was a relaxing day with not too much activity, which was good as we have had some very busy days over last few port days and it gets quite exhausting. I seemed to have picked up the cough that is circulating around the ship, unfortunately so have been a little unwell will have to visit the doctor if I get any ...
... will proudly tell you, is world famous. In fact, at 8:45 ever night, you can see people under the yellow sky rushing for the restaurants and coffee houses on the cliff edge, so they can watch the red bubble of sun slip under the sea. Simply stunning.
Before we came home, we took a brief detour to Milan, but as we were only there for one full day, I couldn't comment on it properly. All I can say was that there no one to help us at the airport, the city was ...