- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
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... 776BC and the connected temple complex with phenomenal. The site was complete with intact mosaic floors, grandstands and gyms. An unfortunately timed earthquake toppled some of what would have been the more amazing temples but did not take away from the site as a whole. A couple of Gyros later we made it to Patra. The port here just chaos, nothing else. Cars, vans, scooter, trucks all flying each and everyway ...
... just feel too afraid to confront that lot again just in case i get a punch in the face. I will just have to wait and see what happens. The ship is now well late so I am hoping we arrive extremely late and by the time I get off the ship it will be morning. here's hoping!!
At about 1pm I decided to go and chance my luck at having some lunch in the dining room. Here it was rather pleasant and i sat at a table looking right out the front of the ship watching it crash through the ...
... from the houses and trees. Once we reached Kalavytra we parked and were going to walk around to see if we could find the train station but it turned out we were parked almost in front of it. We bought two return tickets and than waited about fifteen minutes until the train came.
The train is a cog railway that used to be pulled by steam trains but now is pulled by electric motors. There were not very many of us and the driver let any of ...
... dogs and I then drive to Patras to catch the 6pm ferry to Bari in Italy where I will visit my younger brother Mark and his wife Raye. Camp on deck in campervan as before. Lorry next door is from Iran or Persia as the driver still prefers to call it. Behind his lorry cab he has an amazing store cupboard of food prepared for his long journey by his wife. In a red cloth there is an enormous pile of very ...
... hopefully got some excellent video. Of course I thanked the driver very much and he insisted on a photo at the end of the line. See photo.
The village had a sad history of a wartime tragedy. The Germans had replaced the Italians as occupiers and on December 13th 1943 they gathered up the townsfolk in the schoolhouse, separated the women and children from the men over 13, set fire to the building, took the men away and shot them out of town. The ...