Le Convivial Luxury Suites and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... quickly costly Greek toll roads on the GPS. This always makes for some interesting journeys and once again ended up and down the countless Greek mountains, through single lane Greek towns, olive groves and goat herders until we were spat out seaside at Zacheo. The option of 12euro camping was forfeited for free camping with some Germans and Swiss beachside just next door.
Ferry day was now upon ...
... and from Greece, well, we already paid for it. In teleportation you don't pay for the distance. You don't pay for teleportation time either. What you pay for is mass. Naturally, the larger the mass, the more complicated the process of disassembling and reassembling the cells. There is also an operation fee. In Greece you also normally pay tips. Back in Xylokastro Panos' family had chickens. They weren't actually the ...
I chill in the hostel lobby until around 11am, when I realise that I have to take the metro to get to the stop where my 11.50 train leaves, at which point I hurry to the station. Two short journeys on different metro lines later, I'm at the correct station with time to spare. My Eurail pass activates without difficulty, and I get my ticket to Patras. Waiting for the train I realise Greek stations are short on both toilets and food that doesn't contain bread. Good thing ...
... transit buses, a quick whip round getting the old driver a fistful of Euro for his trouble!!!! The crew on the ferry were closing the doors as we raced on and by the time we had reached our deck we were sailing!!! The ferry was actually quite new and to our surprise the cabins we were allocated were great - nearly as good as the ones on our cruise! With sweat dripping off us we found the nearest bar and toasted our good timing and thanking the ferry mob ...
On the road to Olympia, we stopped for lunch at a real taverna on the side of the road. It was filled with locals, all men. Barb was the only woman, besides the owner's wife who did the cooking and helped waiting on tables. They all looked like men who worked in the fields for a living. They were drinking beer, wine and ouzo, and talking and smoking like crazy. It was quite a scene! The roast pork was cooked in an earthen oven located ...