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... and bars cater for every dietary need. Even though there are nearly 4000 passengers on board, queues are short and tables are always available. The ship docked around 11.00, and we were on the coach and heading to the Ancient City of Olympia. Soon we were retracing the trail of ancient Olympians through the archaeological remains of Olympia. Ancient Olympia was the town that gave rise to and hosted the Olympic Games in the classical times, ...
It's the final stretch of study abroad, which is frightening yet thrilling! We are all so excited to go home, yet we'll all be missing this experience for the rest of our lives. It's crazy that next Saturday I'll be at my house snuggling on the couch with my dog, Snicker. It's been SOOOO long! What will I do with myself?!
Anyways, the last couple of weeks have been pretty fun. Last weekend I stayed in Athens even though a big group went off ...
... good condition until the 5th Century AD when it was demolished by a huge earthquake. However, it is still possible to make out where buildings and temples used to stand and the ancient Olympic arena is still there. It is a remarkable place. After we had toured the site, we went into the village of Olympia and The Management found a jewellery shop. Well you know the result of that visit - melted credit card!!! Back to the ship for lunch and then ...
... stroll around the site we walked over the road tothe museum where lots of artefacts from the site are kept including the statue of Nike whose large marble pedestal still stands near the Temple of Zeus and lots of Mycenae artefacts from 2000-3000BC. We wandered into town for a late lunch at modern Olympia then back to the campsite where the mother of the owner ( who took a shine to the boys) gave us some home made biscuits. Caroline then gave all the boys a much needed ...
... flavored gelato. (Again, trying to fit as many authentic Italian experiences into a short amount of time). I took a lick and was hit by an incredible feeling, as I looked around at the plaza and the little sidewalk cafes and shops lining the Grand Canal. It was in that moment that I knew… I was in love.
We wandered around and took lots of pictures, trying to soak in as much of the iconic city as possible before we went back to the hotel to sleep. Luckily we knew ...