Argo Hotel - Studios
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- Continental Breakfast
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... also a complete wall put together from the fragments like a giant jigsaw puzzle, showing the colours painted onto the plaster and painted scenes around the top. The centre piece of the room is an inlaid marble round table top, again in great condition. The next displayed are about the people that lived in ancient Pella around 4th century BC, there are personal belongings, jewellery,clay ornaments and figurines and beautifully painted vases, jugs, dishes etc. a lot of them complete. The ...
... Did I mention it's raining! We manage to top up the Internet package after a short wait, mobile shops are always very busy here in Greece. We had decided to buy a second SIM card to use in the net book, so we walked into the rest of the town to track down another network. We found the WIND shop, Greece's cheapest Internet, but not brilliant coverage, according to our guide book. We joined the queue and a Canadian speaking ...
... t have enough flavour for me and the sweet just didn't suit my palette. Cheese and bread sticks accompanied the wine, it was a very enjoyable mornings excursion. We purchased just one bottle, we shall enjoy it with our Christmas lunch. In the afternoon we drove through the centre of Thessaloniki the tragic wasn't too congested as the shops don't open on a Sunday, we are heading to Pella, it became famous when King Archelaos 413 ...
First job after a slow start was for maintenance to repair the fuse on the inverter, a quick test and yesterday's electrical mistake didn't cause any damage. We packed up and said goodbye to Lynda, the English lady, she can talk for England, we are completely genned up on launderette s on Crete, the places where all the campers congregate and half of her life history! We filled with water and drove to the retail park, a quick call at the DIY shop and then the supermarket. Why oh why ...
... further reconstruction/restoration and the site is closed to visitors, but I 1) wanted to see what the view looked like from the top, and 2) wanted to be able to say that I had stood on the site of the palace where Alexander the Great was born :). Both missions accomplished! Because of the clouds and overall dreariness of the past few days, the view was a little grey, but I'm sure that it would have been quite spectacular during the city's heyday. Apparently the city ...