The Inn on Orcas Island
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- Free parking
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... being only 70 feet wide it is too narrow for current vessels. Its current use is strictly as a tourist attraction but it is spectacular. The drive from Athens to Olympia is about 3 hours, taking us from the Aegean Sea to the Ionian Sea off the west coast of the Peloponnese. Once we arrived we had an excellent lunch before heading off to the site of the early Olympic Games. Olympic games were held every 4 years from the 8th Century B.C. ...
... a hill over 700 feet high. The ambitious can climb 850 to 1000 steps to reach it, (stories vary), but didn't count because we took the bus! It was built by the Venetians during the late 17th Century. Naturally it has a magnificent view of the city and the harbour. But for us, Nafplion was mainly the port from which we took a bus trip to the ancient city of Mycenae. To reach Mycenae we drove past acres of citrus orchards and through hills in the land ...
Marloes and I were on the ferry of 19:30 after Audrey dropped us off and Margaret and Mike were early waiting for us. They picked us up and took us to their house. Thursday morning, we got up, got dressed and had breakfast. We started heading out at about 9:30, on our way to the border. On our way to the freakin' United States of America. Margaret checked if we could enter without having to do anything in ...
We had planned on hiring bikes today and doing the Galloping Goose trail which is a 38 mile trail from Victoria which takes you through forests, farms and beaches. Unfortunately we woke up to heavy rain and since we aren't museum people, the other option was to do what we do best - eat. We went for brunch at a place called 'Jam' - one word for it - awesome. Neens indulged in nutella and banana french toast with whipped ...
... in that most poetic of languages, keep cycling, make an effort to be kind to other cycle tourists I might see in this part of the world and start planning the next adventure.
So this wraps up Les Bicyclettes in France 2013 (although I must admit I have become a bit addicted to the writing and may post the odd thematic one that I've been compiling I.e. "Interesting French Stuff" , "French Roses", or ?).
And as a few of you have indicated ...