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Hello We are traveling again so it's time to start another blog. We went with Emirates for the first time and were not that impressed. We were on the A380 but it was quite cramped. We were near the galley and they were very noisy all night. On both flights they ran out of our choice of food before they got to us. Other people we spoke to last night felt it had gone off a bit since their last trip with them. The entertainment was excellent and we got there safely ...
... used to be. Add a little swelling still from the heat and travel and less than desirable peak fitness, those amount of steep steps get noticeable after the first 500. They are not even or flat and sometimes there is no side support like a rock wall and even fewer sections had any rails. The slipperiness of the well worn marble and rock was a real hazard that required a very slow considered approach. There is some information about men on horse back using these ...
to the stunning Monasteries at Meteroa. All perched on towering
limestone plugs...Rochelle raved about these...and they are truly
amazing. We then tracked down to the coast and have enjoyed following a
less frequented tourist route to Vonitsa ( beautiful marina based
fishing village where we parked up) following around to the stunning
castle city of Nafptkos, and on to Delphi.
We are experiencing so
many new things ...
... our passports before entering Greece again. Even though we were in Greece twice last week we still had to give them up. Sounds stupid, but welcome to international politics. Secondly, we placed two deposits each for future cruises this morning. Since we're doing it onboard we get more perks when we decide when we want to go again in the next two years. A free day today also gave us time to catch up ...
Just 90 minutes south from Athens lies Hydra, a tiny island but with a wealth of history and associations. With a permanent population of just 1600, Hydra swells to many thousands in "the season", when metropolitan Greeks seek refuge from The heat of Athens, and foreign tourists are, literally, shipped in, from all around the world. For us, Hydra is our sixth, and last, Greek island on our travels, and ...