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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Lunch time consisted of σουπα φακες (lentil soup) and boy was it good. The portion was huge and the accompanying bread was equally delicious - crusty on the outside and soft in the inside. The establishment was cafeteria style where you ...
... began at Dulles Airport with a two-hour layover in Constantinople. It was uneventful except for a few minor inconveniences. The safety card - you know - the laminated document in the back pocket of the seat immediately in front of you - well - it was written in Turkish. It wasn't a big deal because it had cartoon characters that showed me what to do in the event the plane crashed!
... About half way through my legs were dead, I was hot and sweaty, and it felt like everyone was passing me up but I was determined to get to the top and take selfies. After an hour of climbing we finally reach the top and I had to say that was the most intense work out mentally and physically of my life. We took a lot of pictures on after conquering the stairs of hell.
On the way down we decided since ...
... for Ronald Reagan’s campaign in the Midwest, and Reagan got out of the shower naked in front of him as if it was normal.
That night, Michelle and I went to eat in the dining room (no more Lido deck!) After, we went to the piano bar, and joined Andy and Chris at the dance club later. We made a plan to visit the next port with them – they were to call us at 9 am, and we would meet downstairs. Or at least that was the ...
... Sea and has brown sand, with the water being 60-65 degrees, but kids and adults alike were swimming in it anyway. There was choppy water, but no waves for surfing or boogie boarding.
Katakolon was the port we were docked at and it had a fun shopping are, and we found Snickers gelato! ...