Travel Blogs from Agistri
... inside the building, exhibits are creatively displayed on 3 levels: along the wall at eye level, supported on bases, high up on the walls below the ceiling, and suspended from above, along the centre of the room. The statues and exhibits are displayed uncovered, and in such a way as to enable the visitor to get a 3-dimensional view. Displaying the exhibits in this manner encouraged us to walk around each item to get a full sense of what we were seeing. ...
We got up about 7:15 and went for breakfast in the Pinnacle Restaurant – another of the Neptune Suite perks. Breakfast was tasty and efficient and we were ready to depart on our tour for the day by the 9:30 launch time. We had booked an independent tour and there were 27 people in total, including some from another cruise ship that was in port.
We boarded the bus and did a quick tour through ...
... found so far is that all the buildings are very packed up, with the personal belongs of the people being in boxes and things. Historians believe the locals new the volcano was going to erupt and may have been planning to leave and return to their homes later. Whether or not the people escaped is not actually known, they may have been victims of the tidal wave the volcano caused. When we arrived in Oia it was crazy, crazy windy! In all the photos we took our ...
... when I noticed that I had to pay 3 euros for each coffee. However, the usual coffee facilities of a hot water teapot with sachets of coffee and tea are free so I asked the waitress to bring me one such.
I truly appreciated the treat we had in the room upon arrival –a platter of seasonal fruit and a bottle of water. The balcony was not that big but I cannot complain as it was comfortable enough to fit two chairs and a table. The view of the hill of the Acropolis ...
Our Greece trip sits more or less at completion, close enough to smell the finish line: the plane tickets are in my wallet, the travel-shampoos have been dumped. Leanne and I are both clouds of filth living on human hosts as we wear our last remaining clothes to within an inch of their threadbare existence. This trip was always fraught with uncertainty, with the news of unrest in Greece and the sliding nature of their ...
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