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- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... although it was all very good. The finale was a cake for Anna and Philip – the same as my Birthday cake that sadly ended up uneaten. This arrived before the dessert orders so we Followed Trish’s suggestion – it was divided up and served with ice cream. The waiter reappeared and asked if we wanted to see the dessert menu and I, rather too loudly, said NO! I did back off and say someone else might but my No was unanimous. We were all too full and getting nicely ...
... from discovering new and exciting destinations each day, the people we connect with make travelling even more rewarding.
Tonight we dined at Windows for our last dinner on board the ship, as tomorrow night we will dine al fresco at a trattoria in Venice along the canal. The entire staff and crew on this cruise have been outstanding. Not a single complaint from me against anyone on this cruise. The wait staff brought us an anniversary ...
... our backpack and went to find food. We had lots of options but not much time so we went into a souvlaki stand and I had my first Gyro and Jeff had a souvlaki sandwich. Not bad and it was fast. Off to find a taxi so we could get to the port and hopefully meet up with Alex. We took a cab since we weren’t sure if the Metro would start up timely at 2:00 p.m. or not.
The cab ride was uneventful and reasonably priced and put us at the port just when we ...
... to to the tomb of the unknown soldier. We got there just as they were switching soldiers and they then allowed people to take pictures. Matt got up there so I was able to take his picture, but since we were surrounded by rude Europeans, they jumped in front of me, and I never did get a picture. Our last stop was to the downtown shopping area. We were starving by this time, so we found a restaurant and both had the club sandwich and beer special. I have to ...
... proximity to the Acropolis and its many archaeological sites. After lunch we were given tine to explore on out own. Around every corner there seems to be more ruins of some temple or ancient building. Many just in open lots. I guess when you have so many important ones the smaller ones are left alone. The tiny stores offer all sorts souvenirs and object of interest.
Dinner was on our own and we ended up at a non-touristy neighborhood restaurant and had a delicious ...