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Travel Blogs from Aegina
... had different plans about what they wanted to do. In the end Elysia, Alyssa, Victoria and I changed into thongs and packed our bathers just in case we wanted a swim and we headed back to shore. We spent probably an hour or so wandering around the old town and sort of enjoyed it more. We took lots of photos and went into all the tourist shops and then Alyssa and I walked out to the main beach that Courtney had shown us on our maps. It was a lovely walk ...
... stacked one on top of the other, it turns out that each and every single piece is unique to its structure and fits together like a jigsaw puzzle. I'm thinking the Greeks had massive OCD to figure out such a specific way to make something look so perfectly symmetrical to the eye when in reality, it is not! Columns are tilted inward, lines that appear to be perfectly straight are actually curved, you name it! Oh and the view of Athens from up above! ...
"R A S T O N I"
I tried to find a nice hotel very different to the previous one which was huge. I preferred a boutique hotel and after much studying I spotted Rastoni. In Greek this word means "doing nothing". See below my original review the one I have on TripAdvisor.
A Paradise-like little Oasis-The Gem of Aegina!!
We spent 3 amazing nights at Rastoni and our stay was so exceptional that ...
Such plan might be overly cumbersome.
The ferries and hydrofoils do make frequent trips to Piraeus daily but you would also have to reach Athens from Piraeus and all this would prove to be not only expensive but will add considerable commuting time to your daily itinerary.
Don't forget that strikes do occur quite often lately with the economic ...
... to. I love doing tours and programs like this but the part I don’t like
is that it doesn’t last very long and the wonderful people you meet, you’re
only with for a brief period of time and you’ll never be all together like that
again. That is why Facebook is so great—it helps you keep in touch with friends
all over the world and share photos. Hopefully I’ll see a few of them again
Serbia & Hungary next!