Kyllini Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
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... trad plays, because I understood almost none of it. After their presentation we had some time to explore the fortress and take a final look at the coastal view. Before long we were back on the buses saying goodbye to Nafplion and headed to Olympia. We got there around midafternoon and checked into our hotel before heading to the Archaeological Museum of Olympia where Dr. Freni gave ...
We went to ancient Olympia were they first played the Olympic Games. At Olympia all the best athletes of the Greek cities would compete with each other naked. During this time all the Greek cities would stop fighting each other.
We saw lots of temples and a dead snake We walked throw the archeway to the mane stadium. The stadium could hold 45000 people. Tom and I ran ...
... vied to out do one another, victorious competitors won great fame and citizens from various states got together to watch the games. The games were held every four years for 1000 years until AD 394 when they were banned as part of a purge of pagan ...
... bi-annually and it's 350 years old. Older than most things back at home. And it's a tree. We learn how olive oil is made - what an arduous task, then lunch. A nice LONG lunch. Paul & I the only ones left in the dining room - nothing changes. Can't believe everyone doesn't drink their whole bottle of wine. How rude. So we help out the neighbours with their bottle. Rude not to. Really loved this excursion. Didn't see the 478BC original site for the Olympic Games, but ...
... and all went up to the top deck. Our two 'gangs', the Pharaohs and the cupcakes, had a dance/twerk off. It was funny. And later we even for Francine to twerk! But some creeper workers came up and were sitting on the deck staring at us. So we left. Later we played UNO with like 10-15 people. It took forever. But it was fun. Then we played a "Have you never ever" and we learned a lot about everyone on the trip haha. Then we went back to our cabins and ...