Divani Apollon Palace & Spa
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LUXURY HOSPITALITY IN THE ATHENIAN RIVIERA!
Several years back I had the opportunity to spend a couple of nights at the Caravel and was there several times on business meetings and lunches, thus I am in a way aware of the level of service and the hallmark Divani hospitality. During my recent visit in Vouliagmeni we …
Baku the Restaurant of the Margi
Eclectic Atmosphere, Exquisite Tastes!
A timelessly stylish and warm ambiance complements every dining experience here.
The restaurant is taken its name after the capital Baku of Azerbaijan. The Azeri carpets in the restaurant are of extreme beauty, they are hand woven and rare, but the dishes here have nothing to do with the cuisine of this ...
... we walked to the 10th century church, built to commemorate St. Paul's teachings at the Agora. The rest of the site us ruins, which show the grand scale of the area, there were council rooms, government rooms, grand houses, baths, the whole area was the lively focal point of social and political activity. Overlooking all of this is Temple of Hephaestus, the best preserved Doric temple in Greece. Built in 449BC. It has 34 columns, in ...
... on the cliffs. The small church at the top, along with the view and the restaurant obviously sees many weddings. we saved the views for later. Liquid refreshments were the priority here, followed by our first taste of 'moussaka', which turned out to be better than expected. Somehow eggplant always tastes the same, no matter what you do to it. Earl ate half of the portion, still cannot believe it was eggplant. Now that the sweat no longer blinded our viewing, it was ...
Today we went to the Acropolis 10 minutes after it opened. Before we did that, we used up our last instant noodle cup, the spicy Korean type. Tina and I rushed up the hill before more tour buses could arrive. We saw soldiers marching down the plateau from the top of the hill. Amusingly, a spectating Chinese tour group clapped at the marching. Most of the Acropolis was under reconstructing effort. They had been doing it for years, and it won't be completed any time soon. ...