Olympia Golden Beach Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
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... got up early the next day to go to the ancient Olympia site. We wanted to beat the heat and tour groups. I wasn't super excited about more ruins, but I ended up loving this site! I didn't realize how cool it would be to see where the first olymics were held. They had a lot of good signs showing you where things were and what each building was used for. There were buildings for trainings, a hotel, and baths. Of course you really only see the remains of the building or where it used to ...
... in our
journey on the Ryndam, she found a little wave action. For the most
part the waters have been so calm, we have not been able to feel her
moving. By morning, calm seas returned. Also my morning, the mid
nineties of Egypt retreated to the upper sixties, with overcast
Early on we discovered this port,
Katalonon, expected four cruise ships and more than 10,000 passengers
... and they did a dance for us, including her smiling husband. We presented the mayor with an Alaska flag pin and sang Eight Stars of Blue - to much appreciation of the villagers. After lunch we returned to the hotel for less than an hour before meeting our site guide at the Olympia archaeology site and museum; some of the Alaskans jumped into the pool - I fought with wifi. At 3:40 we got on the bus to drive to the town of Olympia - and then walked into ...
... aspect of this was that you could really see where things were, because as many might not expect, Olympia doesn’t have large structures. In fact, most of what is there just looks like wreckage and you have to really use your imagination to visualize how things would have looked back then.
What structures I did like seeing in Olympia were the pieces of the columns on Zeus’ temple and also where the Olympic ...
... off on our last excursion! We went to Nauplio and Olympia! We also stopped at Epidaurus, Tiryns, and Mycenae. If you're a history buff, you may know what these places are. Nauplio is the first capital of Greece. And everyone should know that Olympia is where the first Olympics were held, in the 8th century BC. The history is so incredible! We had a history professor along with us for the weekend, so I know everything...and there's a lot! ...