Villa Di Mare Luxury Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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First port day is Katakolo, which is a small port town, that is 35 km away from Mount Olympus. Up early, room service breakfast at our bow window overlooking the Mercedes Taxis and the Bug buses arriving for the schmucks that pay 80 Euros for the round trip. We were off the vessel thinking we would have a walk around the town and find Coffee and Wifi, walking along the port shops and storekeeper who is ...
... went to the restaurant he recommended Sto Kioupi and had a lovely meal but GJ was feeling a little unwell ( we think from the lunch at Mistras ) so she left early. Dinner was EU 33 which seems to be about the norm. One other thing I should mention here is that the plumbing in Greece is not the best and everywhere you go there are signs in the toilet warning you not to put paper down... certainly takes some getting used to and I won't go into details but I'm sure your imagination can fill in the blanks!!
... later. After visiting the site, we wandered over to the museum which held vases, figurines, artwork, armour, marble statues and parts of the temples of Zeus and Hera. Once we'd seen it all we took the same bus back, as our tickets were return tickets. We had lunch onboard, then went outside onto the deck and laid in the sun. After a few hours passed we came downstairs and watched an episode ...
... I really enjoyed looking at all the miniature figurines. There was also half a wall of different helmets, which was fascinating. There were many bird sculptures. I found it interesting when we were looking at the tools they used to use and then behind them was an image of that tool being used in a scene which had been depicted on a vase. The sculpture in the middle room were quite interesting, I'm fairly sure the one on the right was depicting a fight ...
... He led us back to the theater to show us the tracks that the movable stage went on, and then patiently answered our questions (very thoroughly, but not overly so, I might add--which is saying something, as some of them were quite broad).
We then (sans Tom, as he went to go explore a building that we had asked about and he hadn't known the answer to) continued back to the stadium before deciding that we were all too ...