Apollo Resorta Art Hotel
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... it is just a bunch of rocks you get a real sense of how this place functioned as a sports training complex back in the day .......... and the statues in the museum are amazing ... Topped-off by the fact that they were all found at the site.
Last but not least is the Temple of Zeus. The heart of Olympia and were every four years the Olympic torch is lit for the ceremonial trip to wherever the next Modern Olympics is being ...
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 ...
... taverna owned by the Simos family. I had a specialty of the island which was tomato balls for starters followed by wine soaked chicken. I am not one to try new things with food unless abroad where sampling the local cuisine is as much about experiencing the culture as seeing the sights but this trip has taught me that Ive been missing out on some amazing experiences. I thought the food in Italy and Germany was to die for but Greece puts up a damn good fight and the food is ...
... the restaurants and wait patiently at the tables for any food that might come their way. Very hard to resist them. On the negative side, there is a lot of graffiti, most of which there has been no attempt to remove. With the current exchange rate we have found everything to be very reasonably priced. Flying to Dubai this morning for some relaxing on Jumeria Beach, Turkish coffee and a little retail ...
... to the jetty where the tenders were waiting! Easy choice for us because we had been warned that the hundreds of donkeys were always fed at the bottom of the mountain and so they always raced down, making for a pretty scary ride! A few of our group took the cable car down and rode a donkey back up just to say they had done it! The cable car gave us more great views and before we knew we were chugging out to the ship saying goodbye to Santorini! We ...