- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... butt hanging out for the world to see and not a care in the world. Bless them! Mac s******s - "ooooo Mum I can see her bottom", no kidding Einstein. The water is like glass, it's a great day for waterskiing :) and the sky blue, a bit if a breeze but we're moving along at a good pace so I suspect it will be lovely when we stop and disembark. Welcome to Greece. How do you say hello in Greek? Oh my, don't know that one! There's a paella lunch party on Deck 7, ever deck ...
... bus. We drove first to the Corinth Canal, were we had time for a couple of photos and a toilet break. Then we drove to Epidaurus, which is the sanctuary for the god of medicine, the amphitheatre is now used for Greek Drama, the acoustics are meant to be the best in the world. At the museum most things were copies , the originals are all in the museum in Athens. After this we went to Mycenae and saw the archaeological site that was occupied since 3000BC. We went to ...
... pair- we got a great price because we bought so much! The shop owner was lovely- she gave us each a little woven and beaded good - luck charm to remember her. Em and I then went to discover the rest of the town, which it turned out there wasn't much more of! We searched for some gelato, but ended up with some bad ice cream- I think all the food just seemed bad in comparison to the incredible food we had the day before! We headed up to the hotel quite exhausted! When ...
... hungry to go all the way down, and just went back to the bus for lunch (it had also started drizzle/raining by then). Soon enough the rest of the groups showed up and we headed to our final destination (sounds ominous, doesn't it?) : Olympia!
To get out we went through one of the ancient gateways, though I can't remember exactly what it was called. One problem: a large block of stone from said gate had moved further ...
... lemon sauce (with potatoes and carrots), Mary has mousaka. All good. We went shopping again for last minutes things, couldn’t decide what to get. This town people are so friendly. We got chatting to an American-Greek lady about this same age as me. She was hilarious, talking about life in Greece, her mother who just loves her husband, talking about life in general, greek manners etc. I told her I know what she means my parents are Italian. From then ...