Delphi Art Hotel
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... scrub, villages, vineyards, tiny churches everywhere (on the top of mountains of course) gruff-looking farmers (giv’em a wave though). Resist the old lady in Minos who drags me to her house to sell me weaving products...climb.
Quiet as hell and so-so weather. Good chillout time though. Learned some things, ate some things, certainly not time wasted.
FOOD PAGES: Baked cheese, fried cheese, eggplant with cheese, hot chips from local potatoes with cheese. Etc.
... there’ll be some good sleeping being done once we’re on the boat!
As for Athens, what to make of it? You can’t get a good feel of a city in a little over 24 hours, but there’s no denying it had a long and storied past, bringing so much to the world thousands of years ago. I can only hope it has a bright future ahead as well. As long there are people around like Connie, it’s pretty much guaranteed.
9 / 10 / 11 / 12 July
Dubrovnik. We found the apartment (Semy’s) at about 8pm. It was still hot. Down the street to a supermarket, pick dinner with beer. Great.
In the morning we both struggled to get up, let alone going, so decided to right the day off when we finally got up, It was nearly noon anyway. Spent the day just relaxing and booking a couple more nights here. A gentle stroll down the beach front and banana splits for late lunch. These guys know ...
... was constructed between 447 & 432 BC and consists of eight columns on the ends and seventeen on each side. The Columns,walls and sculptural decoration are of white Pentelic marble. It is amazing view of the city from there so we were lucky it was a clear sunny day. We had a photo stop at the old olympic stadium and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The old Olympic Stadium was built on the foundations of a 4th century B.C. arena, this ...
... and take their friendships/relationships seriously. Our Airbnb host in Athens made it her personal duty to make sure that we had our whole week planned out, with every resource that we needed for a successful stay. It was awesome. In our exploration of Athens, I realized that modern day culture...really doesn't exhist. You go there for the ancient history, the monuments, and the food. The capital city itself is ...