Agistri Club Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Spectacular drive - at one stage we could see down both sides of the island to the sea. The opposite side to the Candemera (crater area, now sea,) had more flatter areas. Low grape vines grew everywhere and in winter they train them to grow in a circular fashion so that any moisture flows into the centre to water the roots and the grapes grow underneath the canopy of leaves. We were given a sample of the wine and it was thick & sweet - delicious! The town was ...
... who worked there. Luckily, the artifacts were found - albeit in 1999 in Florida.
The symbol of the city was the Pegasus. The story went that the hoof of flying horse hit the ground and out came water. The place was called the Pyriene, and it channeled water into the gallery of the cistern.
We sang "Sing Me to Heaven" outside the Benna, a balcony for announcements and where Paul may have preached. That was an amazing moment.
... the Psiri neighborhood, we visited the Lesvos Shop. This was a traditional grocery store that sold all sort of products that we got to sample. Many were from the agricultural island of Lesvos, hence the name. We tried a sheep milk cheese; two extra-virgin olive oils; a liqueur made from mastic, which is a sort of tree resin; and thing Greeks call “spoon pastries.” Spoon pastries are kind of like a thick jam than can be ...
... then I might end up in some crazy jail. Apparently “no thank you” means “ask me 20 more times.”
Downtown Athens was so hot, and we were thirsty. We stopped at a nice outdoor café and shared an appetizer of fried brie with peppers, tomatoes, and olive oil. It was delicious. I think Jason was eating my portion of cheese (a major no-no) because he kept saying, “what’s that behind you?” ...
... place. They're various mixtures of nuts, honey, and sesame, and the lady working there confirms there's nothing else in them. After that it's walking around looking at closed stores - and realising that my normal walking pace is too fast for the Greek heat so slowing down to a meander. The area around the station is busy with restaurants, cafes, and tourist shops. I end up with a lunch plate of about an inch thick of ...