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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... show failure. Greece does have an immigration problem with over 200,000 refugees from the Middle East and Africa living in camps - and some escape and flee to the city to beg. (Refugees cannot leave their country of first entry into the EU and are tracked through fingerprints - though almost all refugees want to go to Germany or Great Britain.) After a large and delicious meal we bussed back to our hotel, to pack for the morning check out. I'd better get ...
... restaurant which was really good and by 7.45 am I was out on the streets on my way to the Acropolis of Athens Museum. I got a cab into the city centre which was only a 25 minute trip and I went into the museum at 8.30 am.
The museum was really interesting! There was so much history and it was really amazing to think that thousands of years ago men were working to build the Acropolis monument. I really enjoyed learning about some of ...
The sun itself was just peeking out of the horizon and its brilliant rays already shined brightly and began to warm the air.
I would marvel at the glistening reflection of the sun on the Mediterranean waters and a thrilling feeling of awe swept over me while swimming with several other residents between 7:00 and 7:30 each morning.
Those moments were the best time of the day.
... Sauna and Whirlpool. Spa treatments are upon request and through appointments.
BREAKFAST: Buffet breakfast is adequate to keep one full for hours. Coffee was surprisingly good, orange juice was not fresh of course but it was satisfying enough. (I found worse in 4* hotels).
Compared to our previous stay, I have to admit that I MISSED each morning the smell coming from the cuisine of Freshly Baked Biscuits and Croissants. No such tempting smell this ...
... the stones curve up and down again. amazing! Back on the ship at 3:30. Katie is making lots of friends and is back in kids club for an hour before dinner. Off to Turkey tomorrow to one of my fav. places, Ephesus, the 1st Century Roman City. Oh, take a look at the pictures. one of the small temples at the entrance to the acropolis is the temple of Nike! Wait until tomorrow and I will send a pic of the nike "swoosh" that was carved 2 thousand years ...