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Travel's to pyrgos !
Im was go to pyrgos in plane 5 hour trip
I have visited museum , armory , forest and many other thing
Im was go to a restaurent with my best friend we was 5 in the restaurent "gourmet de pyrgos" a french restaurent , This restaurent is really good ! ;)
From Kusadasi, Turkey, we boarded our three-day cruise
around the Greek islands. Our ship was called The Louis Olympia and it was
roughly about the same size as The Explorer, the ship I lived on for four
months for Semester At Sea. It was a lot more crowded, though, and full of
tourists. It had a casino and a lot more bars and lounges, and of course no
classrooms. My cabin was tiny and on the ...
For the past 3 days we have been staying in Katakolon. This is the closest port to Olympia and we stopped to spend a day soaking in some ancient history. We pulled up on the town quay/marina and for the princely sum of $10euro a night had electricity, water and amenities.
We caught the train to Olympia in air conditioned comfort which was a bonus as the day turned out to be in the mid thirties by 10am. Olympia has an ...
... of a year of travels. As we are going out to bars and clubs pretty much every night (which I'm not willing to give up), 8 euro for a beer or 12 for a mixed drink just isn't in the budget. Pregaming with duty free booze is part of the solution, but we are sometimes in these clubs from midnight to 6 am. Who wants to lose a buzz at 2 am when there is still 4 good hours of partying left? Not me. I've resorted to buying little bottles of ...
... at 3:00pm so we contented ourselves with a walk through the actual archaeological site.
Before we entered the site our driver/tour guide took us to an overlook of the original Olympic stadium where there is evidence that the stadium has been in existence since early seventh century BC. What we saw today is very much like our current day stadiums. The track is in the bottom of an oval arena and the spectators sat on the ...