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... bring on the alcohol.
Against our better judgment, we
elected to eat dinner on the sail away pool side Greek barbecue, not
one of our better choices, worse meal of the trip. There were
virtually no Greek dishes, the few they did have were done poorly,
and the remaining food was tasteless and overcooked. Early to bed,
tomorrow, we say farewell to Greece.
... It is a beautiful site - leafy and green and peaceful. We met our guide Nike (Neekee in Greek) at the museum, which has all original pieces found at the site (rather than copies, with originals in Athens - or other countries. As an aside George Clooney's bride, internationally renowned lawyer, has been in negotiations with the British Museum and others to get antiquities returned - hot topic here now that Greece has appropriate museums.) Olympia was ...
... BC. It later became the city of Mycenae with a fortified citadel and surrounding settlement. These walls were 13m high and 7m thick and many still exist. The ancient Greeks believed they must have been built by a Cyclops - one of the giants described in the 'Odyssey'.! Me thinks whoever built them must have been mighty strong. The lion gate is impressive as is the back exit with the huge blocks ...
... of cookie-raisin things that were weird but delicious, bacon and sausage/hot-dog things, hard-boiled eggs, cereal, yogurt, fruit, orange juice, tea, and milk, and a variety of vegetables that seemed more apt for the lunch table, but of course no one complained. They also brought coffee and cream to each table if someone wanted it, along with special coffee drinks (though I’m sure they cost more). It was great, and we ...
... excited teenagers rushing around. Great views and the town had a really nice feel, could have stayed longer but off to Olympia tomorrow.
Little town of Olympia looked very pretty – lots of trees . Went to hotel and were really surprised when we asked how much rooms were and they asked us" how much did we want to pay?” The owner was pretty fed up , she said the town was dead, they just weren’t getting any tourists and told us that the ruins were closing at ...