Hotel Gerakas Belvedere Luxury Suites
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... what is it that that we’ve never done before, that we’d find exciting
and exhilarating, and perhaps a little bit dangerous. We certainly did not want to just sit and laze on a beach. That’s for sure. Yes,… I know what we’ll do; why don’t we just hire a quad bike. A really powerful one and just go zooming off. So after three minutes of instructions in the quad bike rental shop, we sat astride the vehicle ...
... preserved castles in Greece. Throughout its history the castle had had many inhabitants, Greek, Turkish, French and Venetian. However it was really the decline of the feudal system that made castles in general redundant.
Seeing a sign for thermal baths we got all excited and went to have a look. As expected access to the thermal pools was via a ...
went to Archaeological site. Saw temple of Hera. Zeus. Athlete training grounds and athlete hangout. Visited stadium where first Olympic Games took place. Stood on marble start line and took off to race. Soaked up the spirit of the Olympic champions.
Dis is some shopping in Olympia and had lunch. Spanokapita ouzo. Gyros and Greek pizza
on return train was offered wine tasting from local winery
... with the restaurant manager of Corriander, would you believe he is called Damian!!!). I will ask her for details for the wine lovers! Truly a good match. Dinner was Papadums with a selection of yoghurts, raita, hot spice and pickles. Next shared appetizers - lamb kebabs, onion pakora, tandoori chicken, spiced vegetables. Mains (from a long selection) chicken muggu, (Mary Ann), lamb jalfrese (David), shrimp and fish curry (chefs choice), spinach, curried lentils, spiced corn, ...
... seeing as how technology doesn't usually work for us lol). Of course that didn't work either and we were lost after only 10 minutes. So we decided to turn on our navigation and give it another go! (It sounds so much better saying 'the Sat Nav didn't work' rather than 'we couldn't read the map' hahaha).
We managed to get ourselves around through all these little villages. ...