Tilemachos Rooms & Studios
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... to imagine what it would have been like to be in attendance to see the Colosseum in all its glory.
- There is a great deal of fascinating history in Rome and it is one of the few places I would recommend joining a guided tour. I joined a free walking tour and learned a ton about the influences of Bernini and Borromini on architecture and sculptures throughout the city. Plus there were some hilarious stories about their feuds. Travel tip: give the ...
... s been, and so very scenic, but
there is so much of the world still to see. We are also a bit tired of Greek
food, and very tired indeed of the stupid acceptance in Greek culture that it’s
OK to wipe your bum and deposit the result in a bin to sit there smelling,
instead of fixing their drains or spending a ...
... a couple of days to explore the island - found some awesome beaches.
Best beach was the hardest to get to as you had to climb down between a gap in a cliff using a rope and ladder.
Enalion restaurant in Pollonia - best food we have had so far in Greece. Lemon prawn pasta; prawns with tomato & feta sauce; chickpea salad ...
... during this time, proof of which are the so-called Melian vases which are world renowned. Milos refused to surrender to the Persians like other Greek city states and fought along with the rest of the Greeks at the battles of Salamis and Plataea. In their attempt to remain neutral during the Peloponnesian war however, Melians were punished by the Athenians who in 415 BC put all the old people to death and sold the young men, women and children into slavery. Until 311 BC, Milos ...
... see pic), although rather than climb down the "staircase" to the small beach area, we found our own secluded rock beach nearby. Once we got out of our beach area we realized why no one was there! The water was pretty rough and it was quite a workout to swim over to the cave, but thankfully we made it (and walked back to our beach - ha!). We stopped at Pallonia for a more traditional beach afternoon to catch the bus back ...