Blue Dolphin Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the warrior, because I knew all about the G-ds etc. After 2hours in this beautiful air conditioned we went out into the heat and climbed the long pathway to The Acropolis Hill, walking thru the west wall which is the entry and exit, saw the Parthenon, explored the relics lots of photos and then we bid farewell to tour and made our way back to the hotel on our own we could then do our own exploring, as we knew our hotel was not ...
... and up to the top of the Acropolis to celebrate the birth of the patron goddess, Athena. This site also included ruins of legislative buildings, oratory pedestals, and statues of prominent Greek and Roman leaders, including Hadrian the benefactor of the recreated Agora after the invasion of the Turks. Next, we walked down the busy Ermou street with vendors and cafés to the Keramikos Museum. We were hoping ...
... some dinner and realized that EVERYTHING is going to be shut here tomorrow for Easter. Including the bus company that I was hoping to get a lift from to go to Delphi. So that means I could either spend another night here tomorrow and head to Delphi on Monday morning, or leave here tonight, lose the money for the hostel in Athens tonight and have nothing to do in Delphi when I get there because the site will be closed. Needless to say, I’m going to ...
... on American pop. We played "Take me back to Constantinople" and Eartha Kitt's version of Uskudar.
Sacred Greek Music:
The last group to present was sacred Greek music. This type of music is not commonly hear in churches, ironically, They use long short syllables that give dimension to the melody and rhythm. This type of music is often used in modern day music. In this type of music they used the lyre and the avlos/divlos as ...
... isolated coastal village with no road access, then it was on to Chora Sfakion to connect with a bus back to Hania - a great 14 hour day. During WWII, Crete was invaded by German paratroopers, and after a desperate battle, Germany gained control and the allies were evacuated. However, both sides suffered many casualties, and we visited the Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery at Souda Bay. This site overlooked the bay, was beautifully cared ...