- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... The good track soon disintegrated into more rutted mud. The fascinating thing is that these tracks actually have road signs on them with mileage to small settlements. Imagine driving these routes to get to the office! We soon arrived at one such settlement and in olive groves and small shelves of land hanging to the mountain side, there are caravans, presumably summer houses for people in the city, but how did they get them up here? A little further on as we were driving through some ...
... to the north.
After a very short walk to the town, we
met our guide Eva, joined our group of about two dozen, and proceeded
to Olympia. Eva, in a relentless, machine gun like fashion, informed
us of the history of the area over the last few thousand years. First
stopping at the Olympia Museum and then to the archaeological site,
her non stop presentation made you wonder when did she ever take
... br> Well after popping to see him he gave us an offer we couldn't refuse, to go with this our friend Helen recommended her friend who was looking for a short term rental. So the universe worked in our favour and we rented out our house which helped offset the trip.
We have had a smooth journey so far albeit a long one, we drove to the train station, then got 3 trains and a tube to Gatwick airport. Then a plane this morning and a bus to the main ...
... The weather smothered us with temperatures near eighty and with humidity at least that high with an ugly haze shrouding the city.
The walk through the port to downtown displayed an ugly, decaying side to the city, but noway threatening. We passed the local fishing docks, where incredibly small fishing boats displayed their equally incredibly small catches in the heat without ice or refrigeration. We passed a strip club, but alas, not yet ...
Today we got into Volos, Greece early in the morning. We didn't have to be back on the ship until 6:30 at night so we really had the entire day at shore which was nice, except we came to find out very quickly that Volos has absolutely nothing to see. The tours on the cruise ship were all to go see the monks in the monasteries. Although I thought this would be interesting to go see, I did not find it worth the price. We had done a little research and decided ...