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) was a Greek destroyer of the Vasilefs Georgios (modified G) class, which served with the Royal Hellenic Navy during the Second World War, becoming its most distinguished and successful ship until her loss in 1943.
She was named after Queen Olga of Greece, the wife of King George I, and was the second ship to bear this name.
On January 29, 2003 Athina turned 18 but Switzerland - she has a Swiss passport and the Onassis fortune was banked there - decided to delay her getting her hands on it for five years, judging her to be 'too young.' Ekathimerini stated; ' The fact is that Athina was forced to cut off small allowances that Aristotle Onassis used to give the wives of his cousins Aris and Giorgos Onassis, and which Christina had kept up, as did Athina.'Olga Onassis went to the Hotel Grande Bretagne to ask Athina why she had stopped sending the annual sum of ,000 U. when the heiress spent 24 hours there during a mysterious trip, but she did not manage to see her.' Aristotle's son, Alexander, was killed in a plane crash in 1973 when he was just 24.
He was close to his sister, Christina, but it is believed that they never accepted Jacquie Kennedy as their stepmother, according to his Wikipedia entry.
Couples in particular like the location – they rated it 9.1 for a two-person trip.
Pansion Olga is in the flat area of Parga :) 5min on foot to the center. The nearest airport is Aktion Airport, 31 miles from Pansion Olga.
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The decorations are nice, they put some work in them. Nea Anchialos Airport is 16 miles from the property.
We liked that they integrated ikea items very well (i think ikea is overated and too much present, usually). This is our guests' favorite part of Portariá, according to independent reviews.