Hotel King Saron
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c) The Ancient Temple of Apollo.
d) Lake of Vouliagmeni.
e) The Public Spa of the City.
f) Several monasteries for a spiritual retreat with that of St. Patapios being the most significant.
The ideal base for exploration:
Personally I visited several of the above spots on our previous trip so this time the trip here is more a relaxing type of an ...
... This required further expense in building retaining walls along the water's edge for somewhat more than half of the length of the canal, utilising some 165,000 cubic metres of masonry. Between 1893 and 1940, it was closed for a total of four years for maintenance and to stabilise the walls. In 1923 alone, 41,000 cubic metres of material fell into the canal, which took two years to clear out. Serious damage was caused to the canal during the Second World War, when it was the scene ...
... treatments both at the hotel late in the afternoon and at the Thermal Spa of Loutraki. Although my day’s programme is full I want to spare time for swimming even if I have to get to the sea under rain.
We return to the resort late afternoon and the first thing I do is to get to the beach where everybody else is, even though it is kind of windy. Yianni prefers to take a nap ...
... on deck.
2200 and I'm ready for bed. The heat has sucked the energy out of me and I'm also a bit dehydrated so feeling tired earlier than usual. It's difficult to breath.love the spot and the water is close by so we plan to be at the beach most of the day tomorrow. Expected temp. 40.
... 8217;t going to get fuel. My chef and I did some shopping and once the generator was fixed up we were back to sailing for Greece. It was a four hour stop off and it was much needed I think...just to relax for a little bit. The rest of the day whizzed past and then I found myself on evening watch again. And the only cool things I can report were a 250m ship that sailed right by us, a pretty cool shooting star but most exciting was the incredible view of Mars itself (well ...