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... vodka and he asks which brand we prefer. Gloria jokes that we are a house divided when it comes to vodka as she prefers Absolut and I prefer Belvedere. He says he will bring both. Good man, Priyesh.
We haven’t had lunch so we retire to the Pool Deck and have a couple of salads and then return to unpack. Wow; we have a lot of clothes.
At six, there is the mandatory Muster Drill. The Captain (Master), Mino Pontillo, has sent a letter saying, “It is ...
... better then the dingy joint we stopped at on the way to Sorrento. The country side is beautiful lush farms with a backdrop of mountains shrouded in mist. As the coach winds its way up the mountain there are spectacular views down into the valleys. Almost into Delphi we go through a little ski resort – amazing how the coachs can fit though the street it is so narrow I you put your hand out the window I'm sure you could touch the buildings eitherside. As we ...
... time at the Acropolis, we went back to the Hotel, and caught up with Brian & Diane.
We then decided to get the hop hop off bus tour. The tour was excellent, it is a quick way to look around, and get a feel of the place. Saw all the major landmarks, and everyone was worth seeing. Once we finished the bus tour, we went to the National gardens for a quick lunch. On the way out we were lucky enough to see ...
... so we went for the panorama! Boring!!!! Each island we visited was less tourist orientated than the previous one. I forgot to say that on board they had a live band that was playing Greek music, zorba etc and they were offering to teach any one who wanted to learn Greek dancing, too energetic for me and too embarrassing for Bront. We then sailed back to Athens arriving at 7.30 still daylight and were met by the bus to return to our ...