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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 ...
... turned out to be sweet rather than savoury, and coffee. Neither of us were prepared for the beauty of Thessaloniki water front in the sunshine, so we were all the more delighted by the change from cold, dull Sofia to mild, lively, bright and colourful Thessaloniki. It was even better being a Sunday, because Greeks were out in force enjoying the weather, young people in groups and older people with their families, adding to the holiday atmosphere. We walked up the waterfront from ...
... Naples, Amalfi coast and Pompeii
* the unknown (to me) Northern Spain
* an all-classic USA roadtrip through California and all the way to Grand Canyon
* a visit back to magical Egypt, to visit the new Egyptian museum (currently under construction) and reach its far southern boarder to visit the breathtaking temple of Abu Sibel
* a roadtrip through Scotland's lakes, a taste of which I took through a short but amazing day out of Edinburg, back in ...
... seats to get closer to the piano. We immediately became known as the "girls from Texas." We requested that Michael play Friends in Low Places, and that helped clear out the bar a bit (no country music fans). We kept hearing the piano player refer to some other guests – a grandfather with grandsons from Iowa, another couple from Iowa, and a Holland couple.
After the piano bar, we went to the dance club, which also ...
... 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 ...