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The place is amazing! Clean, Quiet and the staff are really helpful.
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Spent the rest of our Euros on chocolate at the airport, boarded the plane at 10 a.m. and after 8 hours of flying time, landed at Houston. What a wonderful Greek vacation. Thank you Caren!!!!
... and we were both very hungry, so we found a steak place which was right across from the tube, it was nice but it was very touristy as far as prices go. Still it was among not many options still open :) After dinner we walked a bit but it was cold so we headed to the tube, lucky we ran and a friendly man from the underground helped us to the last tube for the night. Returning to the apartment looking forward to a good nights ...
... men. They dressed the volunteers in the traditional clog dance outfits. Robert in a dress! He actually did very well and it made it lots of fun. Chris & Priscilla were with us and the more time we spend together, the better we get to know each other. They love Wayne's and my story & are really happy for us. We danced a few dances & then to bed at midnight. Great day of fun and sights. Love the river ...
... way out to the parks and museums well away from the city centre. We stopped off at a cafe for coffee and completely loved the whole experience.
A man works up a thirst with all that biking, so we took a short jaunt over to the brewery we had seen the day before (with a slight detour to a 'bakery'). The brewery turned out to be amazing, with a great selection of their own beers, good hearty food and half decent wine. We ended up settling in to drink through a ...
... 1500-1700s and are narrow, often three-storey, brick buildings with the aforementioned steep staircases, requiring big hooks on the roof for hoisting furniture or goods up the outside of the building to a large window through which someone reaches to grasp the item and pull it inside. This still goes on, every day, supplemented with cranes and ladders with moving platforms. Many buildings have antique wall tiles depicting what ...