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Travel Blogs from Naxos
... to imagine what it would have been like to be in attendance to see the Colosseum in all its glory.
- There is a great deal of fascinating history in Rome and it is one of the few places I would recommend joining a guided tour. I joined a free walking tour and learned a ton about the influences of Bernini and Borromini on architecture and sculptures throughout the city. Plus there were some hilarious stories about their feuds. Travel tip: give the ...
... town of Paros. Our deck has a view of the fishing harbour and of course the Aegean Sea. The owner is an ex pat Australian who sounds exactly like Tracey Turnbull. When we were shown our room a bottle of wine and two glasses were waiting together with a note congratulating us on our 30th wedding anniversary. A paper mâché heart was hanging from the light fixture in our bedroom. We are both pleased that it was not a mirror. The town has a number of ...
... ago, but were
this time very disappointed and regretted recommending this trip to various
friends over the years. The ship was so much smaller and rather overcrowded –
the large and uncrowded ship we had last time was so much better.
We didn’t notice any adverse effects in Athens from the
... wants to practise his english.
It seems so much easier to meet people on the road than in Vancouver. I still don't quite understand what it is about VanCity that makes people keep their distance. Robert hesitated awkwardly before inviting the Dutch to dinner. It was so nice to plan a spontaneous get-together, not having to provide two weeks' notice to ensure there are no schedule conflicts. Another benefit of travel.
We leave Naxos with fond ...
... watched the sun set through 'The Gate', the marble gate of the temple of Apollo. which is all that is there of the temple. It dates back to 522 BC and looks like its Really broken down over time but construction of the temple was never finished way back then. The sunset was spectacular, as you will see in the pictures. We stayed up there for hours, shared a bottle of wine (after all the monument is an honoring to the wine god!) and watched the sky change colours, listened ...