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. ...
... Desperate for a home cooked meat we set out the the local markets to get some produce for our dinner. As Anita rested her foot and slept some of her cold (which I gave her) away and the boys took much needed showers I started cooking up the feast. We had buttered and salted potatoes, olive oil and rosemary pork chops (cooked by Paul), stuffed zucchinis and a huge Greek salad.
After struggling to finish the endless amount of food we played our ...
... we attended the compulsory emergency drill and nice to see a few familiar faces too. The new passengers appear to be mainly from Europe – Germany and the UK. A few young faces in the mix too.
Pre-dinner drinks at The Club and dinner at The Restaurant tonight were both fabulous - as always. After dinner Peter and I went to The Club and danced the night away. We don’t have a tour booked for tomorrow! Yippee! Another sleep ...
... the only way up was one foot in front of the other, as he walked his fingers across the counter.
"You can walk slow or very slow or all day but you have to walk."
So we started up to see how far we would get before dying and before we knew it we were almost there. It wasn't half bad and of course the experience and the view were worth every step. It is amazing that these buildings were erected so long ago The beginning of occupation ...