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... to eat breakfast before our 9am flight back to Athens (check in 1 hr earlier).
It was stuffy and warm at the airport so we went up to the smokers deck to get a bit of fresh air and a seat as it is also very small there for an airport with a lot of traffic and no seats left downstairs in the departure area. Vern said the toilets there are disgusting and when you consider the amount of dollars coming through there - they should really upgrade ...
... some very rough stones and ground), we were tired so gave up sightseeing for the day!
On day 3, we walked around the Plaka, the old city. It sits at the foot of the Acropolis and is a real warren of narrow streets and alleyways but with a great atmosphere. Of course, it's very touristy, so there are lots of shops, bars and restaurants. We came across many archeological sites - after a while they loose their impact (we noticed that in Rome too). We saw ...
... enjoy extensive continental breakfast from 07:00 to 10:30 on weekday and from 07:00 to 11:00 on weekends. Light snacks and beverages are available throughout the day until 23:00 and delicious evening offerings as well as a bar set-up area at guests disposal from 17:00 to 19:00.
The other option for breakfast is having it at Byzantino. Residents of this wing are able to invite one guest or colleague to the lounge any time of the day, however for any ...
... unaware of the sensation that is a gyros (please note that more than 20 of these were consumed over the space of 2 weeks in Greece. EACH!) This illustrious invention is pretty much a souvlaki but has chips inside of the deliciousness wrapped in pita bread. Somehow they make it taste like a slice of heaven wrapped inside food form. We delve into our first Gyros of the trip sitting in Monastraki Square sitting on a dilapidated wooden multi tiered seat. Looming ...
... but a bit too much on Greek mythology I thought. We climbed quite steeply up a windy road with hair pin bends, to our first stop the village of Makrinitsa 4700 feet above sea level on the side of Mt Pelion. In the village sq. is a plane tree which dominates the Taverna (Tabepna Greek spelling) and is around 500 years old, we sat and had coffee and local cake which was complementary, then a walk around the village viewed a nice little church which would hold about ...