Acra Manor Resort & Hotel
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... that 2600 years ago the architect, Pheidias knew to do this!
Then Dar and I spent the next two hours listening to Rick Steve's audio tour on my Iphone and having him tell us about all of it!!! We so lost track of time that George, who was waiting below called us to ask if everything was OK...we had agreed on one hour or so...2 hours had flew by...
We have picture after picture that will not show you the majesty and splendor ...
... br> Then we walked two more blocks and a darling old man came up and asked if we were Americans? Yes, yes we are. He talks to Dar for a minute, shakes his hand and then asks if this is his girlfriend?? Dar says yes, and wife (sweet) and the old codger picks up my hand, pulls me to him and kiss me on each cheek...then he motions us to sit in his little restaurant and have the best food in Greece and a refreshment..."Only1...and one ...
My flight to New Zealand is in 4 days and I think I have everything ready to go. It is hard to say though because I have never planned for a trip quite like this.
The main supplies I will be bringing are:
- 65 Liter Backpack
- 2 person tent
- Cooking stove and utilities,
- Wet suit, snorkel, and ...
... buildings such as its City Hall, post office, and the buildings that now house State University of New York’s administration offices. There are still many streets lined with handsome brownstone row houses, some in neighborhoods that are well-kept and yuppie-looking, others in neighborhoods that have fallen on hard times. Unfortunately, since I was in town on a Monday I missed out on the Albany Institute of Art and History which will have to wait for another ...
Columbia County is located on the east side of the Hudson River south of Albany. When I was young I used to go with my family to Rhinebeck in northern Dutchess County to visit relatives, but once I started getting interested in maps I always wondered what was there just beyond where we used to go all those years, a kind of terra incognita. I've of course passed through since several times on the Taconic Parkway on the way to Vermont or the Adirondacks but never stopped to see anything. In ...