Divani Apollon Palace & Spa
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Travel Blogs from Vouliagmeni
... sitting behind me managed to get his feet under the seat, realised later it was Dean at my feet. By the time we landed I was feeling rather ill, and we had 5 hours at Dubai airport before our second leg to Athens. Some shopping, a fair amount of walking, some food and drinks at Giraffe cafe, coconut coated prawns for Dean, and a dips platter for Jim and I, sparkling mineral water for Natasha, a berry smoothie, a mango smoothie for Dean, and diet ...
... to take us toward the beaches we saw yesterday on our way to Sounion.
After about a 20 minute bus wait and a 15 minute ride, pulled us off at a sign that the read "Βουλια 947;μένη", which sounded out like a lake I had heard of. Lake Vouliagmeni is rumored to have arthritic and soreness healing properties because of its mineral deposits. ...
... took two metros and a bus which much more walking in between... Mostly due to a combination of us not understanding the directions and being given a bum steer by the hotel. However upon arrival it was so worth it! We were in a private beach which you had to pay for but got recliners and a beach umbrella. The water was amazingly clear and so very blue and the sand was tiny pebbles and sand mixed together. It was cool water too but not cold enough to be yuck, just kinda perfect! ...
... of run-down, smoky and dirty. Our cab driver
from the port to our hostel spoke no English and had a hard time comprehending
where we wanted to go. He also asked 25 euros for the ride and quickly agreed
when I said 20 euros (damn, should’ve gone for 15). En route, we say the
Olympiacos football stadium, a strip club named Wall Street and several banks
that were understandably shut (the most LOL-worthy one being Bank of Cyprus –
... really have any more free weekends in which I'd be able to do something like that.
(It's 930 right now. In exactly three weeks, I'll be boarding the plane to go to Istanbul, and I'll be on my way home!!!)
Friday was their last day here. I met them at their apartment around 9, and we stopped at Kekkos (as per usual) before heading to the laikh. There I bought apples, oranges, and peppers--stuff that I can take with to ...