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... the town with passengers from the Seabourn Quest who was also in port. In peak season there can be many ships in port at the same time with thousands of tourists from both the ships as well as other European travelers. As many shop owner told us, this is the perfect time to visit as they will be closed soon for the winter season so there are good bargains for shopping and the weather is still ...
The stop in Mykonos was uneventful and pretty relaxing. OK meal in a local joint and the streets are famous for being a maze which has a sort of charm. We didn't have lovely weather but just a bit overcast and windy.
All in all, an OK place but we much preferred Santorini.
... remains of several ancient buildings and the views from the top are fantastic. The Parthenon (which apparently was built in 447BC) was really big and very impressive, even though half of it was under construction. We had a great afternoon exploring the ancient site, it blows my wind how old the classical buildings are. The flea markets in Athens were lots of fun, it was great walking up and down the streets lined with little shops full of jewelry, clothes ...
This island is a pile of granite rocks with a population of
10,000. More in the summer when the
tourists descend on to the island. No
great archaeological digs. It’s the
vacation spot popular with the international jet set. ...
... and eat and drink so anywhere hot will do.
I got us passes to one of the lounges at Gatwick, which was a bit dull but had breakfast and flew out on a less than glamorous, but half empty Easyjet flight and within a few hours we were sitting at a restaurant in the sun sipping cocktails.
The week went by quick and we met lots of interesting people. It was very much the end of the season so everything was getting fairly quiet in the evenings, but I can imagine ...