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Old 30-08-2006, 11:17   #31
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Gord I am prepared to accept that your mom is perhaps a better cook than my mom but if you say that my mom is a horrible cook I may dislike it.
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Old 30-08-2006, 11:21   #32
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World class

John do you mind if I ask you what you consider world class cooking?

And by the way humus is not a Greek dish...

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This is much too late an answer to be really helpful (2 months or more), but yes, Greece is probably the best all round destination for the original poster, with Turkey following close behind.

One point about Greece is that there are a large number of cruising areas, each with different characteristics, so it's easy to choose a cruise area to suit individual needs. Try my web site for detail, and send me corrections and additions, too!

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comparing cruise areas within Greece and N Spain
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