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Travel Blogs from Parga
4 hour drive, traffic not great.
The pension was very close to the beach, nice place.
Very small beach but very pretty, had a couple of hours on the beach and a very tasty meal in the evening, grilled meat and seafood.
Happy Birthday Daddy Gaunt XXXXX
on now to Igoumenitsa - last stop in Greece :-(
... In the same year he seized Loannina and made it his base to control the Epirus. Ali Pasha's rule was associated with cruelties of all kind. He used ingenious methods of torture for his victims: roasting on a spit, crucifixion,flaying to death, grid-iron, drowning, any and every method was tested. In was said in 1801 that Kyra Phrosyne, the mistress of his oldest son, was drowned in the lake with 17 others. Kyra had refused his advances ...
... five lati paper note so the seven lati seat seemed about right. The cathedral itself was drab (it is under renovation outside) and cold and unwelcoming but the music soon filled the gargantuan room with warmth and beauty. My fellow listeners and I all simply closed our eyes and let the vibrations roll over us. None of us could see the organist, he being hidden high up in a loft behind towering pipes. We only saw his head peak over the railing much later when the concert ended as ...
... ten minutes of making our farewells to Milda, we were in the heart of buildings that are decorated in the German Art Deco Style (see photos) and very fine they were too.
Tour of Riga over, we headed back to the boat, taking in a supermarket to spend all of our change as we were leaving friendly Latvia in the morning. At the marina, we were surprised to hear some young men speaking English. They were on a stag weekend! They ...
... river which runs through the town centre is partially frozen and there are still piles of ice lying around in the streets from the snow falls last week. It is a world away from the 25 degree beautiful sunshine we had in Prague!
Even more hilariously, our MASSIVE room has one tiny electric heater to heat what is without doubt the biggest hostel room I have ever seen - complete with a 10 metre high ceiling! Top banter! I felt a bit rough today so ...