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... sang "Let Me Call You Sweetheart" in honour of our 25th anniversary. It was a nice touch and a great way to wrap up our farewell dinner.
This evening's entertainment included the finals of superstar karaoke followed by "Elements" which is a signature presentation exclusive to the Norwegian fleet. It combines music, dancing, magic, aerial artistry and special effects. We make sure to catch it on each and every cruise we take. At the ...
Bus to Athens not leaving until 4.30, so had a late breakfast and arranged to check out at 1pm. Did our packing and lounged about. At 1 we paid and left our bags at reception. We visited the folk museum and roamed around town. Lunch at forgettable cafe, Greek salad, stuffed squid and stuffed tomatoes and peppers. Back for our bags and onto the bus. Bit ...
... be there and even had free WiFi!! So we would be able to get Alex’s text when he landed and know he was on the way.
I had been a little afraid the whole time that Alex would also be impacted by the strike on the metro. With it not running all afternoon it might not be timely once it did run again. I was thinking 3:20 or so for him to get to us. That gave him an hour. Three twenty came and went and no word at all. Four o’clock came and went and ...
... Greece has the coldest beers ever!!!
We returned back to the boat around 1:30 and decided to stop in the duty free shopping area. The older couple at our dinner table used to work on cruises, and they told us they sneak liquor on by buying plastic bottles and leaving it on them as they go through the metal detector. Matt bought a bottle of liquor and decided he was going to try it. I went in front of him, and probably had the guiltiest look on my ...
We begin a full day with a drive to base of the Acropolis and begin our climb to the top. The Acropolis of Athens, is the most important site of the city and constitutes one of the most recognizable monuments of the world. It is the most significant reference point of ancient Greek culture, as well as the symbol of the city of Athens. Begun in 5th century BC during Pericles' Golden Age, ancient Greek civilization was represented on the hill and some of the most ...