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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... were given our door key card and then a young lady came to collect us and took us to our cabin, she insisted on carrying our bag. The cabin was very nice, 2 beds, bathroom, wardrobes, fridge and a large porthole. We settled in and listened to some music, we tried the TV but it was all in Greek. At 9.00 we slowly sailed out of the port it would take until 6.00am tomorrow to get to Crete. We had an early night and were soon asleep in the very comfortable ...
... industrial center. It is the largest passenger port in Europe and the third largest in the world, servicing about 20 million passengers annually. Wikipedia
Entering the port, we successfully smuggled aboard our seven bottles of wine and a bottle of Baileys, providing us with a adequate bar for at least a few days.
The Ryndam, our home for the next 36 days, is nearly at the end of her career as a Holland American ship. She is being sold next year. Although she ...
Having sailed through the night from Katakolon, Greece, we sailed into the port at Piraeus at around 7am on 14 July 2014. This is the third biggest port in the Mediterranean. There were 5 or 6 other cruise ships that entered Piraeus throughout the morning. The day was meant to be a magnificent fine 28C, however by the account of some, it made into the mid 30C's. It was quite hot, however a great day all the same. After watching ...
... hotel was nice enough to watch our luggage so we wouldn't have to lug it around for hours. Then we just started to walk. We realized we were tired because this walking involved a lot of sitting and hanging out. We also found ourselves checking the time and feeling like it was going by very slowly, but we were going to try and make the most of it. We walked through the park area by the south slope of the acropolis for a while. While we sat there and ...
... of Piraeus. We were thankful for the advice.
It took us two trains and a cab to get to the hotel. The Hotel Faros wasn’t far from the station but with more luggage than we travelled with through Italy, it was too tempting to take the easy way.
After checking in we discovered we had to make our own beds. After, we walked to the port to get our ferry tickets ...