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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... yet dependant on that at least as a constant stream of income which by all accounts is hard to come by. I can imagine even getting in a position where one can benefit from the tourist income must be very competitive.
The scenery heading out of town is a contrast between more pockets of shabby and derelict buildings amongst dusty, rocky and hilly terrain and a beautiful blue harbour on the other side. There are lots of olive trees and very little other ...
... out low-frequency sounds, such as the murmur of the crowd, and amplify high-frequency sounds from the stage. Sandy very generously explained the ancient classic architectural styles of Greece. With this introduction I was able to appreciate the wonderful Greek statues in the museum. We set sail that afternoon. We had a nice wind but were forced to tack into wind, making it another long day. At Poros, we had to learn a new docking maneuver: we had ...
... and dry pistachios, we enjoyed some pistachio gelato on the sands of a rocky beach. The water at Aegina felt like being baptized and born again: it was very cold and clear and wonderful after getting way too much hot sun on the cruise ship.
On the ferry home I was pulled up for some Greek dancing and then enjoyed the cool shade of the lower deck. Arriving back in Athens, we got a very quick dinner and went to bed- we were so ...
... the water all around. Forgot to mention that last night in the square the Orthodox Church held a Good Friday processional and people crowded into the square holding candles. The head priest spoke an address of peace to the crowd and then they continued the processional to the church with the crowd marching behind down the tiny streets. I kept thinking about the atmosphere during Jesus' day as he was led to Golgotha with people stopping to look and many joining in the somber ...
... was here in 1983, I climbed the 999 steps from the base in the old town to the castle at the top of the hill. Bruce's hip is preventing us from climbing to the fortress this way, this trip. Looking on our map, I think we can drive to the lookout, so we make the journey and are rewarded by an extensive view of Nafplion and the district for many kms around. We clamber all over the fortress with its steep vertiginous steps. ...