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... top, 21 meters wide at the bottom and 8.4 meters deep. It replaced a stone road built 2500 years ago to carry ships and their cargo across the isthmus. The transit through the canal saves 192 km, the distance around the peninsula. At either end of the canal are the only examples of submersible bridges in the world. Budd had specifically requested that we stop to see one of them. It was only about 5 minutes' drive from where we stopped to view the canal. We first ...
... asking for money- but the culture sticks through and sticks out to us. We squeezed into the packed metro and got to our hotel with only one stopover. The hotel we are in was an art gallery and is named just that. The upside to this is that instead of the normal boring hotel art, this one has some pretty exciting and visually appealing pieces, hung above the beds and covering the hallways. We met Arty, the black and white resident cat, and then ...
... and the blog. The place was called My Dream Cafe, but wasn't! The wifi was slow. Plus Nanna's ipad died and my iphone battery is not coping with both taking photos and writing travelblogs. Internet issues are getting tiresome. The cradle of civilisation? That is so last millennia... Tonight we were invited to dinner by Frank & Rita, a couple from Florida (ex-New York). The onboard priest (with unpronounceable Polish name) joined us; he was cute and a ...
... ntakos, spinach pie, gemista and yogurt with honey and beverages (approx 75 minutes) Stroll to the Plaka neighborhood (appox 15 min) for free time (approx 75 min) and return to the port. whoo, lots of approx there.... we shall see what happens Pleased to report that they delivered on almost all of their promises, only the spinach was missing. One of the best excursions I've ever been on. We left about 7:40 and were some of the early tourists to ...
... ate the fish eye from HIS fish and then dared Andrew and the other kids to eat a fish eye from THEIR, or someone's, fish. For some reason (he said "I wanted to be able to say I ate a fish eye.") Andrew accepted the dare and choked one down; however, it came right back up! Fortunately not with the rest of his lunch. So he now maintains that he "ate" a fish eye, and I am sure his friends will hear all about it. THURSDAY, JULY 17 ================ We left Epidaurus this morning and sailed ...