Pansion Anna Maria
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... to be an enjoyable place. At least the city center was fun and I like that you can knock out the main tourist attraction in a few hours, the Parthenon. After that you do not feel "obligated" to see anything else. I walked around exploring neighborhoods and enjoyed my free time eating Greek froyo and gyros! There is a fun night life scene going on as well. If you can give Athens a couple nights.
- What's a trip to Greece without some island ...
... perhaps a bit more graffiti and uncut grass, but no beggars,
which was surprising. No signs of any refugees at Piraeus either, although we
had heard that a ferry-load of them arrived a short time ago.
So we are leaving Greece after around five weeks, and we
don’t think we will be back. Lovely though ...
... mass, towards its outer edge, to give ourselves the best chance of grasping the cold marble which might save us. It was only by seizing the world's longest telephoto lens, which was on a tripod held by a visiting American, wearing a terry-towelling hat and multi-pocketed vest, that we were able to swing up, and finally pull ourselves free from the swirling stream.
But our trials for that day were far from over, for next we came face to face with the ...
... things, to think that the overwhelming majority of the earth is made up of this blue desert.
No voyage lasts forever, and soon enough we arrived in Naxos which is the largest and most mountainous island in the Cyclades. Naxos is home to Mount Zeus, the highest point in the Cyclades islands, although still a far cry from the mighty Mount Olympus. One of the most interesting things about the Cyclades islands is the variety of ambience as you cross from ...
... there wasn't a kettle, just a stove top with a saucepan, and the toaster consisted of a sandwich toaster, but we coped. I think that's just how the owner does things and sets it up. We also had a cleaner that comes in every day, and her name is Poppy. She tries very hard to speak English, but usually comes out with 'no problem", for everything. We just ended up doing a lot of nodding, but I think we eventually understood each other. We settled in anyway, ...