Irides Luxury Studios
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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... was a relief to know we had plenty of time for our flight from Skiathos to Athens. It was sad as we pulled out of Skopelos, looking back at the terraces of white buildings, hoping we will be back. The 35 minute flight from Skiathos saw us in Athens. We farewelled Bas, Pam, Libby and Tony and headed to the Novotel, an hours drive from the airport. Straight to bed as we have a free guided walk to do in the ...
... get another pilot, and eventually take on more fuel for our long flight. This took a total of almost 2 hours. Andrew was busy playing games on my iPad, so I don't think he was bothered about it. Once we were in the air, the crew served lunch/dinner and then I insisted that Andrew take a nap. He kept trying to find excuses not to, but finally he did sleep for about 4 hours. We landed two hours late, and Mike, Kat and Lily were at the airport to get us. It was Lily's birthday (she is ...
... great and yep really authentic! They even sent one of waiters for run up the street to get us all tea and coffee! Back in the van and a tour of the sites of old Athens- embassies, palaces, Parliament House and the changing of the guards. A whirlwind stop but a day of sites and memories! Bring in the sixties dance party and dinner tonight- that's after a few cocktails and the magic/acrobatic show. Getting used to cruise ...
... decided he would skip his route and drive directly to the airport. After another half an hour and with us almost at the airport turn off, the other passengers who had missed their stops started to enquire as to where the bus was going and were not too happy about this situation. The solution, the bus driver had a change of mind and decided to go back to his original route and subsequently back into the city.
At this stage we had been travelling for the ...
... from Aswan, more than 800 km away. The second largest Pyramid at Giza was constructed for Cheops' son, and is only slightly smaller at 136 metres in height. The Pyramid of Cheops was the tallest man-made structure in the world for over 3,800 years, and is the only one of the seven ancient wonders of the world that is still largely intact. Incredible.
The Pyramids were, as you might expect, pretty amazing, and given the religious holiday ...