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... this very popular restaurant as it is right on the main coastal road overlooking the picturesque harbor of Varkiza.
CUISINE: Inspired Mediterranean cuisine with a touch of summer feeling the year round. It has a tradition in this and demanding customers like myself know this well.
ATMOSPHERE: Pleasing….Perfect! The space is divided in two different halls and levels. The one on the side of the garden we chose to sit overlooks the ...
... win' a girl. I want to share her, with compassionate kisses, in a way that doesn't hurt her." - J.Breen philosophy
"In my opinion, non-monogamous romantic relationships are the relationships you learn most from." - J.Breen philosophy
"He who loves fifteen people is stronger than he who loves one." - J.Breen philosophy
"Life is great when you kiss a lot of attractive people of the opposite sex." - J.Breen philosophy
"My dear boy, ...
Finally arrived in Athens yesterday on the first leg of our trip. All very excited but a bit frazzled and tired as well. It's hot hot. We're at a great little flat just a few mins walk from the acropolis with views of the parthenon from our balcony. Managed to find somewhere to eat locally and then woke up today planning an early start. Ha ha.
... completed by Hadrian in AD131.
Lunch and back to the hotel for a rest out of the heat before heading back to the Odeon of Herodes Atticus (built by Roman Herodes Atticus in memory of his wife Regilla) for an evening symphony performance by the Athens State Orchestra & Southern German Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Vassilis Christopoulos. As the sunset, the lights came up on the ruins and we ...
... runner conveyed the news of the battle, running the distance from Marathon back to Athens, and this distance of 26 miles became the measure of a "marathon" still used today. On our way back to Athens, we passed over the dam of Lake Marathon, an artificial lake built to supply drinking water to Athens as the city was growing in 1931 (later, other reservoirs took over). Once back in Athens, Andrew and I returned to the hotel, regrouped, and then set out for lunch and to do his ...