Divani Apollon Palace & Spa
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... 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. ...
What a stark contrast going from the perfectly planned and maintained streets of Dubai to the old yet charming maze of streets in Athens. Athens is layers upon layers of history in the city. We stayed in an area of the city called Plaka which is centrally located in the old city center and within walking distance to all of the various archaeological sites. The Plaka district had tons ...
... rock' (the Acropolis). Because Angelina tends to be tactile in how she likes to explore her world, she got yelled at twice by the guards. Apparently they don't want those 3000 year old exhibits to get any fingerprints on them. We were also not allowed to take pictures, so the focus becomes one of experience rather than recording. We did lots of walking and ended our day at what is fast becoming 'our' outdoor restaurant (which are many and everywhere ...
First stop in the Mediterranean - Crete! Started with a visit to the Palace of Knossos. Fantastic place. Got the goss on those Minoans ( pretty clever guys) and a swagfull of history and mythology surrounding ancient Greece. The people are very friendly and, of course, the economy is heavily dependent on tourism. Took a trip to a cultural village to see some pretty amazing traditional Greek ...