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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... was built from 1999-2004 which is 2,880m long in distance and held by multi-span cables.
Had lunch in a quaint cafe on the oceanside at 3.30pm (yet again another late lunch was starving by the time we got there). Took a quick feet in the ocean before back on the bus. Arrived at our hotel around 7pm its lovely and amongst the Mountain side. Jumped in the pool before checking out the town and dinner at 8.30pm.
... a great dinner at a nice restaurant called Epicarius with awesome views but later that evening Andrea got quite sick. Surprisingly, I did not even though we tried each other's stuff. I guess growing up drinking from the bulk tank at the Martinson's helped build up some immunity - thanks Kathy! What was worse was that the whole town lost water about that time due to a water main break. Not good especially for someone who is ...
... woke up pretty sick. At first we were hoping maybe it was a hangover as we had had some drinks the night before while swimming (and because I get hungover off very little alcohol). However, as the morning passed I started to grow pretty achey and mid-morning I ended up leaving the swimming pool deck where we had planned to spend our day and spent a few hours napping in my stateroom. It was probably the worst fever and achey, terrible sick feeling ...
... encountered only one young guy who was there to do some nude sun-bathing. Up on the road we were stopped by another young man who implored us to enjoy his country and to spend time seeing its rich history. Back at the resort we were treated to almost two hours of a theatre group from London practising a Greek tragedy (in the courtyard below our balcony) that they were to perform the next day at the ancient theatre in Messini. All that crying and lamenting was a bit ...
Today the ship docked at Katakolon (or something like that) which is the port for Ancient Olympia in Greece but we decided not to visit (none of us were that interested having seen so many other ruins over the last month) but to have a pool day instead. The boat docked at about 11.30am and people started pouring off the boat then so at about noon we changed into togs, grabbed sunglasses and headed up to one of the pools (there are 3 ...