Olympic Village Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to the north.
After a very short walk to the town, we
met our guide Eva, joined our group of about two dozen, and proceeded
to Olympia. Eva, in a relentless, machine gun like fashion, informed
us of the history of the area over the last few thousand years. First
stopping at the Olympia Museum and then to the archaeological site,
her non stop presentation made you wonder when did she ever take
... a shame in the end because today's fine and windy weather offered the best views of the top of the Falls at very close quarters. The mobile's camera was employed to its limited effect. The nearby souvenir shop (tack and junk) did sell Tilley hats and having had my first one for over 20 years it seemed a good idea to go for a newer model, ventilated and cheaper than at home. Not like me to splash out, twice in ONE ...
Nothing starts a trip like having a fully packed car and a dead battery, but after a quick charge we finally hit the road towards Rochester. With no major roadblocks to report, we made it to visit with our wonderful hosts Leanne, Andy, and Tim, who introduced us to the glory of PF Chang's, and resurfaced some old photo albums with some less than flattering pictures of our ...
... morning out on the deck above the pool and the coffee was strong.
Yesterday we visited Mycenae - the centre of history, myth and legend. All 3 are inextricably linked both here and throughout Greece. This is another world heritage site and excavation continues. It is on a rugged hillside with wide views of the surrounding that was first settled by Neolithic people between 2100 ...