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We stayed at this beach however decided not to go though a large beach puddle. Others did. Later we talked to some German campers who had been locked in here for 3 weeks, not that they were complaining. It had rained and the estuary filled up. Mind you we had not really seen much rain. We considered the risk for one night and decided to have a lovely swim in beautiful in water. Sadly we could not stay! ...
... rear of the ship with plenty of empty sun beds. By the time we finish by back had decided to play up again. This happened to me in May on Enchantment so on top of the baggage debacle I feel a little piss3d off with it all. I manage to get some menthol muscle rub on board and that helps somewhat buts will have to take things easy. We lunch in the Oceanview. I order from the pasta station where they cook fresh pasta ...
Today was a LONG day! I've learned my lesson - I'm writing this blog before dinner, so it's only 8:45 now. I'll finish up once we get back and that way, I can go to sleep earlier!
We had our delicious, scenic breakfast at the hotel in Athens before meeting up with the Argeroploses. The three of us had gone to Hertz to get our rental car, but we were late and Mom had to wait 45 minutes for ...
... as the tallest peak is pretty high. The old fortress area is on top and you can take the steps up to reach it. When we arrived to Monemvasia, we we're met by George's friend who let us in to the apartment. We got our bags checked in and quickly got changed to go for a swim. The weather was so hot we didn't want to do anything else! There isn't really a beach on the island - you can go back to the mainland for one, but there is a little area to go ...
... paintings, knick knacks and filled with his love of life. He let us take pictures and asked if we would like to sample some wine...it took us 2 seconds and we said yes! As we were backing out of the building, we saw a plaque on the wall, "Lord Byron wrote a book in this house, June 1816, the "Prisoner of Chillon", thereby adding one more deathless association to the already immortalized locality of the lake." Wow! Lord Byron...and our friends name ...