Apollonia Hotel Apartments
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... THE hotel to stay at)...well, there was commotion happening and I could tell obviously someone important was at the hotel (and it wasn't me)...turns out it was the Austrian President, so the roads near the hotel were temporarily closed, there were police, blowing whistles, all awaiting for the cavalcade to leave the hotel (now, that's the way to get a clear run on the roads here!). After being diverted, the big red bus came along and off we ...
... Crete port of Heraklion. We walked into town but not much on offer as it's Sunday and most of the shops were closed. Although we did come across one of those spa places where the fish eat your dead skin off your feet...okey dokey we thought so off came Alan's mine and Trish's shoes and into the fish bowl our feet went ...weird feeling but our feet came out so smooth and felt nice and refreshed....back on board to set sail again, this time for Santorini.
... have been thunderstorms late in the afternoon, drenching some parts of Athens . Fingers crossed for our visit.
We took a cab to the New Acropolis Museum on Dionysiou Areopagitou Street in the city centre area to join a "free" walking tour that I had found online some months ago. The service offered is similar to that offered in many other European capitals. Roz and I have taken many of these over the years in Paris, London and Rome and have been very happy ...
... a poor mans cigarette….a black rollie that smelt disgusting, especially when he chuffed 2 down in the car with his window only open about 1cm. Not good for my head or stomach L
I praised the lord when we arrived at our hotel and could get out of that dungeon!
Walking in (still with my sunnies on) I felt out of place. He hotel was amazing, more staff to help you than you could point a stick at and chandeliers everywhere, a far cry from our past week, but ...
... and plenty of things to look at. Once we got to the temple, we hung out for a while looking at these ruins, which were also pretty amazing. There really isn't much to say about ruins, they're ruins. But how intact they are isn't too shabby. The thing that was amazing was that Greece really hasn't spent much time at all excavating the city. If they had, the would have already uncovered an entire city and never needed to build one of their own. But they seemed ...