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... if the free wifi was courtesy of another eating place as it didn’t seem to fit the name of the spot we were eating at.
We wandered through the Plaka (not buying too much) towards the Agora and, totally by chance, met Philip and Anna heading in the other direction. They had decided to just visit the Plaka and had had an interesting time getting a taxi. It took a policeman to intervene and insist that the driver accept their fare. They were told by the driver that he ...
... another cup of coffee while ai waited for her to finish eating.
After her breakfast we stopped back in the atrium for her to check out the jewelry sale. She also likes to collect pieces when we cruise, and today was no exception. She found a cute black onyx/silver ring with gems on sale for half off. We do love a bargain.
I stopped off at the future cruise credit desk to sign a few forms to complete the paperwork for our ...
... works have been destroyed or stolen. According to the guide, the Greek government hopes to have the Elgin Marbles, stolen by the Brits in the 1800s, returned to their rightful owners now that a facility capable of preserving them, has been constructed. Doc Campbell was a strong proponent of the return of the marbles to their rightful owners.
The top floor of the museum is a ...
... was at least one left turn.
We head out the way the newest person tells us and ended up on a corner looking at our map. A man on a scooter drives up to us and asks where we are going. We show him the map and he says follow me. Now mind you, he was on a scooter (motorized scooter – small motorcycle) and we were on foot. Off he goes.
I start jogging. He stops up the road, looks back and waves me on. Does he not realize I can’t keep up?? ...
... the commercial harbor. The skies continued to clear and the sun came out. Hooray! We have been so lucky with weather so far on this trip. It turned out to be a beautiful day. Alex played a couple of short DVD's on the way to tell us some of the history of the canal and Corinth.
Our first stop was at the Corinth Canal. The canal connects the Corinth Gulf with the Saronic Gulf and was built across the Corinth isthmus in 1880's. It is 6.4 km long, 24 meters wide ...