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... in the early afternoon sunshine, while I was reading. Before I knew it Denise and Dennus were back, and we all ascended the ladder, to the table already set up for our afternoon meal. Our culinary treat today was a spinach torte, and Greek salad, with, of course, the white wine spritzer. Afternoon siesta was cut short today, because I want to get to Leros to show Denise and Dennus the medieval castle of the Knights of St. John. We played roll-out as ...
... Marnier, whilst I bought Greek cooked Ryki, with cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg, in the store where I did half my shopping and Irina was the proprietor. She and her husband made this Greek Liquor. Saying of course, that the Turkish people are Muslims, and don't drink, which is what their raki tastes so bad. As we were enjoying our "after dinner drinks", the small town of Grikos was setting off fireworks.... of course, welcoming us to their town! ...
... Jimmy" introduced himself to us, wanting to know which past of the USA we were from. Evidently he has travelled quite extensively in our country, and ended up being familiar with the small, mid-American town that Dennus' family is from. I do believe that we had his daughter as our server, who gave us a lovely corner window table. The only familiar markings that are not Greek, outside this restaurant entrance is a huge sign, on the ground with "JIMMY'S" painted in block ...
... peaches and grapes ... a meal meant for royalty. The harsh yellow table light, was then replaced by three vanilla candles, and the Grand Marnier, Brandy, and Salted Carmel tray were placed on the table, as the Turkish coffee was placed in front of those who chose it -- Dennus and me. Each of us chose our favorite spirit to accompany whatever else we had going. Me, I was till finishing off Marina's excellent cake, the red rooster wine served with dinner, the ...
... you are there. The chapel inside and out is a work of art in its own right. As part of your entrance ticket, you can visit the museum. Here there are many artefacts. I find the most interesting being the old old books, hand written with care and details. These long lasting memories from centuries ago is something we won't have in our digital age of emails and electronic things. This is an art form and way to keep history which will sadly be lost forever one ...