Isthmia Prime Hotel
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Kids pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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... not reading it in a monotone like the guide at Agostoli. Nafplion was actually the first capital of new Greece from 1830 – 34 then their newly-employed King from Bavaria decided to move it to Athens. But in history the town had been the main port for the surrounding area so has been around a long time. The area is very fertile and we drove through miles of citrus trees and olives, pretty purple morning glory on fences, vineyards and also ...
... locations on the ship including the observation deck by the bridge. Then time for lunch, serviette folding lessons at 2pm then coffee and cake then relaxing then cocktail hour then farewell dinner in the restaurant with Charlotte and Eric. After dinner the Farewell Show from all of the artists. Then another fun night on the Lido deck with Charlotte, Eric, Peter and ...
... 625-585 BC) was first credited with the idea of cutting what they called the isthmus, but the thought never got further than the idea. The people were very superstitious and to interfere with the divine creation of the universe was then unthinkable and sacrilegious.
It was precisely what the oracle of Delphi said to the Corinthians, "Leave it alone. Zeus will not be happy. If he had wanted an island there, he would have created one." ...
We walked first to the upper bridge and looked at the canal and watched two boats go through. We then drove down to the dock to get on the boat to ride up the canal and back. It was very exciting and beautiful. It is really amazing.
We then went to a lovely Greek restaurant on the way to Myceneae and had a delicious Greek lunch with meze plates, saganaki cheese and a great Greek salad. Then off to the beehive tombs of ...
... Word of God and converting many.
When we arrived at Corinth, the plan was to have an open air mass. On arrival, we realised that although we had run around getting all the 'stuff' needed for celebrating mass .... NO-one had organised the bread & wine ��. Our driver, Zafiris, came to the rescue, Running off and returning with a loaf of bread and a small bottle of home made looking wine. .. So it was really a bit like the Gospel days when the loaves and ...