Athos Palace Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Conference facilities
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We'd been told there was some paperwork to complete at DHL before we could pick up the Redarc so after crossing the border we headed for their office in Thessaloniki, Greece. We thought that it would just be a matter of filling the paperwork out, paying some duty and then collecting our parcel but it wasn't that simple. The woman at DHL told us we had to have the form emailed to us from the Athens office and then ...
... and interesting. Pana is now a bus driver with a degree in textile engineering, was very knowledgeable on most things especially history. One thing that interested us was that the Greek Orthodox church headquarters are based in Istanbul (he refers to Constantinople). He says that we must visit as it is the largest church. Of course this discussion also covers the current state of financial affairs ...
... He has a windsurfer converted to a long board with a seat. He takes with him an umbrella as a sail and a small one man tent as shade when he is fishing. Boris suggests that we visit the Rila Mountains and Lakes in southern Bulgaria on our way to Istanbul. For the first time in a while we have a schedule to meet, picking up Julie, our sister in law from Auckland arriving in two weeks’ ...
... keep up with the score and game progress, alas no live radio. I am not sure that I have listened to live radio since Winston McCarthy used to commentate back in 1960-70's with those lovely expressions like 'Is it over…wait.. Listen to the crowd’
We joined the toll roads again. The first seemed a little unreasonable as most of it was still ...
... and found a wonderful souvlaki and gyro joint. We returned to the show and were treated with an art gallery showing outside depicting the struggles of migrants to Lesvos Island. Robyn:While walking in Athens through the streets of Omonia, you can't help but notice the graffiti. It's everywhere. On doors, walls, shop signs, awnings no mater the material even some marble has graffiti on it. The sidewalks were wet in preparation for the concert that was to be held later ...