El Greco Hotel
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... and the group are not synonyms, she would be right. Roger and Celia were also supposed to be on the Ukraine trip. I did some lamenting about the number of couples on this trip [now 12 out of 17]. If they guessed same was due to the fact couples tend to turn inward and are not the life of the party, they would be right.
James got us home after a diversion to the water's edge. Did some emails, downloaded the pix and pounded away at the diary until 2340.
... s what happened a very crowded weekend, in Halkidiki. I could not find a five star hotel to stay and by chance I chose to book a room at Alkyonis Hotel! I have to admit that I was pleasantly surprised!
Alkyonis Hotel is a three star hotel of very affordable prices!
It is located approximately 200 meters away from the sea. From ...
... a live orchestra as well as a small dance group made their appearance!
The program started with traditional Greek dances from various regions of Greece. It wasn’t long before most of the guest started dancing trying to learn the steps of each different dance!
The evening went on with Greek bouzouki and folk dances and when ...
Here's an attempt to journal our Summer of 2014. We always like to try and go somewhere we've never been before as well as return to our old favourites. We decided to start in Northern Greece, in Thessaloniki, the captial of Macadonia. Our plan to island hop all the way down to Athens and to end in our favourite place, Hydra. Our mission this year is ...
... cities like Athens, the religious tradition includes practices performed to music. Religious festivals incorporate competitions, with music being one element among these events.
Instruments associated with ancient sacred music included the lyre and the avlos or divlos, a wind instrument with a harsh sound that can be blown with one or two mouthpieces.Whereas the lyre was often associated with the worship of Apollo, the avlos or divlos was associated with Dionysus.