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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and colorful towns, another amazing Asian culture
10. Qatar - the next big thing in Middle East, after Dubai and Abu Dhabi
11. Indonesia - another paradise (Bali)
North & South America (5)
1. USA - it's a long way from Colorado's Rockies and theme-park capital Orlando to metropolitan NY. I will always choose the latter :)
2. Canada - a quick glimpse (Toronto & Niagara), so much more worth exploring surely
... steep streets and paths up to the main park. The park opened at 8am and we were happy we got there early because there were already a few guided tours arriving but we managed to get to the acropolis while it was empty. The Acropolis is absolutely beautiful and it took my breath away as we walked up to it. The details in the stone sculptures and columns is unbelievable. The Parthenon is right next to the Acropolis and it is also amazing, but I think I was ...
... them it gets a bit intimidating. I couldn't even tell the different eras apart. They looked the same to me! Lucky they have experts to do that-clearly I was made to NOT be one of them. Sometimes I am such an ignoramus.
I liked the sculptures of the Greek masks and the sculptures that looked at movement in the human form. I found those to be the most interesting-especially if they had the glass eyes. You could tell, from what little I saw, how much the Greeks ...
... more than a yell. Drinks were ordered and good times were had. In the many different drinks that were ordered was a particular drink called Gravpa. Try and mix the sound of the “v” and ‘p” when you say the word, and you will have the pronunciation down. This drink was ordered at random by Phil. He just wanted to try something new. The drinks came in miniature martini glasses and seemed to be shots. So we took them as such. The lady who brought us the ...
... a cab to take us from the train station to our ship, a distance of about two miles, but with large suitcases, it was money very well spent. We were sailing on the Ocean Princess, one of the smallest ships in the Princess line, carrying only 650 passengers. The ship was full, and interestingly for an American based cruise line, the dominant nationality was not U.S. citizens, but Australian on this cruise. They beat us out by ten passengers, with U.K. citizens and ...