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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
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Travel Blogs from Korfos
... a hamburger".. She had a puzzled look and said I think so..let me check. Ummm..ok..whatever... It's on the menu, go check. She returned with a smile and said yes, they can do that. Cool! 15 mins later out comes a Greek burger with sliced "fried ham" on it !!! We laughed hard at this... Totally lost in translation. Off to bed.. Big day driving to Kyparissi tomorrow.. 4+ hour drive says the guide ...
... dirty, graffiti covered city. We have never seen this amount of graffiti anywhere. Graffiti covering graffiti. Just unbelievable. Anyway, our first stop of the day is the Acropolis. As we zip in, and out of traffic there it is appearing out of nowhere in the middle of a neighborhood. Our driver parks the car on a side street, and walks us up a hill. He gives us instructions on where to go, and turns us loose. We manage the hill, and finally get up to the Parthenon. ...
... Back down the hill to meet the guide ....the people we had got chatting to and ourselves were last down (or so we thought) oops holding up the works! Until we got to the bus and the guides quick head count came up two short....so we waited and waited....didn't show.....told you some of these people shouldn't be allowed out! Eventually the guide gave up and the bus took us a short distance to a souvenir shop, everyone had just finished with their browsing ...
This morning we caught the boat from Athens, a Greek ship called Olympia Louis lines. It is smaller than some of the large international ships holding a little over 1,000 people, but it has great facilities and food. My last cruise was for 2 years with 5,000 men on board the USS Enterprise. This ship was much nicer.
After the lifeboat drill we spent the next few hours exploring ...
DAY 265 – 21/09/13 – ATHENS – PIRAEUS
Our time in Athens was up and today's adventure would take us to the port town of Piraeus. The port town is effectively a suburb of Athens and was only a mere 14 kilometres from where we were staying in Athens so we only had to take the metro to the end of the line. We had to catch an early morning ferry and were told by many people to get accommodation down at the port ...