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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... incredible place, and my eyes leaked, and I felt a little like I had just completed a pilgrimage, and it was just...incredible. I spent over an hour in the Theatre of Dionysus alone, which is about as much time as most people take to walk through the entire Acropolis. And I reveled in every second. I finally said goodbye when I could no longer feel my butt from sitting on cold stone, and hiked to see the rest of everything. About 10 minutes later, as I was admiring the ...
... was: "an activity that always makes you feel good while doing it, and which always makes you feel better afterwards for having done it." It differed from a vice in that it always made you feel better afterwards. It provided a natural, revitalizing "high".
-----Each person had to write his own unique list of "A.S.E."s, which included hobbies and games and activities that forced us to become self-motivated and enjoy life. Some activities on my list ...
Approximately 09:30 Athens time we arrived at the airport. I might have gotten an hour or so of sleep - it was quite a long night and parts of my body feel like they've been riding a horse - enough said!! I'm now 9 hours ahead of Alberta time so I'm not quite sure of anything - lol!
Our final flight of the day to Rhodes 'Diagoras' International airport was 6 1/2 hours away so to pass the time we went on a tour of Sounion at the south-east tip of ...
... the hotel for a while and swam in the sparkling hotel pool and relaxed in the Mediterranean sun. Then I got a bite to eat and by 5 pm I left the hotel and went into the city to a place called Adventure Rooms which was mentioned among the top things to do in Athens. It is a unique team experience right in the centre of Athens. You, along with a few other people, must escape from ...
... that my newfound passion for the Greek culture and history will come across in my teaching. I know already I am changed by this experience; hopefully they will be also.
One other thing has been on my mind. I have now explored the ancient ruins of the Acropolis and the mythical site of Delphi – two locales forever stamped by a culture that is long gone. These places were the height of religion, ...