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We have time for a quick breakfast before jumping off the boat and saying goodbye to our first ever cruise. It was a great 4 days aboard, I now see the attraction and why they are so popular. We jump on a bus and head for the Athens acropolis and pantheon. Our tour leader Alex is the best we have had so far. Although you have to be close to him because he talks pretty quiet and there are uncultured people in our group who talk at the back and make ...
... and organization for your holidays with several beaches close by. It remains a quiet lush place ideal for relaxation. In Nikiana there is a beautiful route of about three kilometers, the Akonis area, where you can explore up close the remainings of two water mills!
It is one of the most beautiful villages of Lefkada, located in the southern part of the island approximately 40 kilometers away ...
... sup>th and 14th century churches.
As we entered the city, we stopped for to view the famous Old Bridge of Arta over the Arachthos River. Tragically haunted by a mythical story, it is told that the engineer sacrificed his wife for the sake of successfully completing the bridge—by building her into it. The bridge was completed in 1612 and was built on the foundations of a much ...
... of Ithaca and it took him ten years to get back home from the Trogan war. Next stop was the Papanikoli Cave were the greek submarine would hide in WW2. Our last stop was cruising around Skorpio island. This island belonged to Ari Onassis, who was the richest man in the world then. His son Alexander died in a helicopter accident. Skorpios island is now owned by a Russian billionaire.
The next morning we left Lefkada and stayed in Patra for one night.
... their boats...Yikes! and on Meganisi Island, in some bays, we heard later that it was really windy and boat owners were putting their engines on to stop themselves crashing into the harbour wall. We were lucky as we were completely sheltered where we were, but we could see the rain clouds everywhere around us, we just got a bit of rain. The main storm just passed us by.