Athens City Hotel
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... realized that in Athens, the museums and ruins don’t wait for you. They closed at 3:00 p.m., so we missed our chance.
During our walk through the square a friendly gentleman came up and we knew he was selling something, but when he asked where we were from (and he was from the Philippines, not Greece) we told him USA and then Missouri. He was blown away. His fiancé was from Kansas City and was coming to Greece to live in two weeks. He could even quote ...
... 8217;s place is near the small village
of Kamissiana, in the
middle of an olive grove, about 20 minutes drive from Chania We went to a local
taverna for dinner, where they greeted Niall like a long lost relative, and
provided a delicious meal. We also got introduced to the local spirit, raki,
which they provide free at the beginning or end of ...
... line out the door, we got lucky as there was no wait time whatsoever. Without even trying to find them - how good was that! I grabbed one to share since I didn't want to ruin our dinner. Should have got two. At least. They were awesome.
We continued to walk around this general neighbourhood and eventually stumbled across a place Amy had told us to go to. She had been in Athens a few months earlier and gave us this recommendation for dinner. Again, ...
... not, Athena won.
As we prepare to leave, the guide notices that 2 people are missing. When we were going to the 3rd floor, they said that were tired and would go back. She told them to wait on the ground floor.
They were nowhere to be seen. Their bags were still on the bus. After frantically searching the building and waiting for an hour, she gets a phone call telling her that they caught a taxi back to the ship!!
... true for the Mani region in restaurants. Another tidbit of Greece, when we were tried to refund the tickets, people didn't line up and swarmed the single cashier. This seems another cultural thing of Greeks. Our dinner was at the Michelin one-star restaurant, Varoulko. We went to the old location (they moved 2 months ago) and had to take a cab to the new location, which costed is 8 euros. The cab driver got a little lost, but we got there. The restaurant was fully packed ...