Alkyon Resort Hotel & Spa
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... t do a lot of studying. The instructor didn't particularly care about the grades given and those grades were "A's" so who was I to complain. So now that we are here in Greece, most of the class doesn't even know the alphabet. It's honestly a good thing that I have been so addicted to reading signs because I've mastered much more than the alphabet. Diphthongs and consonant combinations are all something that I have ...
... only the sides of his head, sat across from my mom and chinked his glass of wine against hers. I smiled, happy, they’d joined me in traveling from Malta to Greece, grateful they had enough money so we could eat in restaurants and I could order delicious mussels with rice. Only my brother, Brandon, was home working in the States; he wished he could’ve come with us to visit Ithaka, Greece, where the original Odysseus had returned to following ...
... I will try again another night) however we did find where everyone goes at night! The Monastiraki square was bustling with people! It was amazing! The place wasn't even this crowded during the day! So we have also determined to come back here if we get the chance. Tomorrow we begin out Delphi/Meteora tour. More days full of adventure to come! *** Appologies for the lack of photos... Because my camera died, I can't download them tonight. I will upload some at the next chance I ...
... Periander in the 7th century BC. The project was abandoned and Periander instead constructed a simpler and less costly overland portage road, named the Diolkos or stone carriageway, along which ships could be towed from one side of the isthmus to the other. Periander's change of heart is attributed variously to the great expense of the project, a lack of labour or a fear that a canal would have robbed Corinth of its dominant role as an entrepôt for goods. Remnants of the ...
... one each side of the theatre, could not be accessed but i could see through one. The carved chairs of the dignitaries who would have sat "in the front row" are worn but almost complete. Ruins of temples are also visible and the site is huge! Moreover, it is in a large plateau, surrounded by open land, and this contrasts with other ruins I have seen, such as Olympia and ...