Apollo Beach Hotel
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... guards because he told a story - and only official "performances" are allowed. Theater and music were considered part of the healing process. I climbed nearly to the top to listen to the guide George perform. I could hear every word. The other areas of the center were not very well preserved (the sanctuary where the patients spent the night and the stadium, where the festival of Asklepios was held every four years.) We left and ...
... west side of the island. I need the east side to go to Falariki. It was directed to get off at the church and call Dimitri, he will come to pick me up. It was actually quite easy. The one way ticket was €2.20 and I told the bus driver where I wanted to get off. I was really, so I hung out in a really nice bakery and had banana/chocolate ice cream for lunch! I was the only person for riding this afternoon. I ...
... a few massive mansions at the bay that had their own driveways right down to the water for their boats. The water was so so clear it was almost a bit spooky as I kept thinking I would see a shark but Andy assured me he has never in his time sailing around these islands seen a shark (I still don’t know if he was just saying that to me not to scare me). We spent an hour or so swimming and doing some funny jump shots, after a while we thought it would be ...
... Oh my god. Getting out of Athens was less stressful than expected. That said, being unable to use the high beams until Brad talked about the different “European – flash to pass” gizmo was super stressful. No joke, visibility was about 5 meters, with roads that were about 2.5 meters wide. Death trap. Last up, until my last breath, I will never understand how we found the hotel up on an abandoned hill in the pitch black. Thank ...
... public transport to get here), bus drivers seemed to bypass the little detour they need to make to reach the site. The town of Ligurio itself was totally dead in the middle of the day and we had trouble finding any open restaurant even on main street ! As it turned out we had just missed a bus and had to wait a couple of hours for the next one. We cheered ourselves with dessert.
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