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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... way to our next destination we took another handstand picture at the first modern Olympic stadium, it was all marble too, and it was old as well, being built for the 1896 Olympic Games. Then we drove a long way along the sea. It was so beautiful! We finally arrived in the town of Sounio, we ate lunch at a nice restaurant right on the beach. We had shrimp (Wes and I had never had full shrimp without their heads cut off, so it was a new food experience!), ...
... served by typically gracious Greek staff. (The Greek people are exceptionally friendly and helpful. And, for the record, the French were NOT snotty.) We had just one quick lunch, memorable for a delicious, sizeable pita sandwich and a large bomber-sized beer for less than $5 USD at a little hole-in-the-wall on a busy street in a non-touristic part of town. My kind of happy meal. Visiting Greece and its wealth of artifacts and ruins dating to prehistory ...
... in The Club where the dawn service was being beamed to a large screen. The previous afternoon twelve of our party, now named the Dirty Dozen because they would be by the time they got back to the ship, were taken to ANZAC Cove as they had tickets from the ballot. They were camping out overnight and went all rugged up and ready for a very uncomfortable night. On board replacing them were twelve Kiwis who were on another tour that had gone pear-shaped and were left ...
... win' a girl. I want to share her, with compassionate kisses, in a way that doesn't hurt her." - J.Breen philosophy
"In my opinion, non-monogamous romantic relationships are the relationships you learn most from." - J.Breen philosophy
"He who loves fifteen people is stronger than he who loves one." - J.Breen philosophy
"Life is great when you kiss a lot of attractive people of the opposite sex." - J.Breen philosophy
"My dear boy, ...
... excited to go to Mt Lycabettus. It’s a mountain within the city of Athens that
gives you the most amazing view of the city. You can catch a sky tram to the
top or walk up obviously I caught the tram up to the top. On top of the
mountain was pretty windy but it was definitely worth it to see the view. From
the top look out you can see the whole city of Athens ...