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... poor, so I made two big decisions. First, I decided to teach a month of summer school. Second, I decided that I would blow my summer school money on a trip to Greece. I had never been there and had seen so much about it that I had fallen in love with the idea. I was going to go with my long-time friend, Andrea Russell, and we planned on eating, drinking, and partying through Greece. I was young and loved music; a band named Nirvana was one of my faves. Nirvana ...
... of the world, which explained all the fresh-squeezed orange juice that we were served every morning. Mystras became relatively prosperous after 1261, compared to the rest of the empire. Under the despot, Theodore Palaiologos, Lord of Morea, it became the second most important city in the empire after Constantinople, and William II's palace became the second residence of the emperors. The ...
... stand accompanied by 2 tiny slice home-made pistachio-kind of bread. A nice homely and local treat full of the aromas and taste of ‘Greece”.
BATHROOM: Specious and elegant. A deep soaking bathtub in the main room, a walk-in shower cubicle separating the toilet. Chic fittings and a wall to wall mirror above the long porcelain vanity basin adds an extra elegant touch in the bathroom.
Fragrant towels and the amazing Italian White Tea Westin ...
... to his fate and go shopping. I return to find Patrick sharing a 2 litre bottle of white wine with the other old boys and being fed bits of food from a selection of takeaway dishes. Apparently the best haircut he has ever had. Standard rate, 7.50 euros hair, 7.50 euros beard. No discount for the bald patch! Happily Nikos stayed ...
... It is impressive from the moment you enter it.
BULDING: It dates back from 1838 as the owner was telling us and it belonged to the well-known in the area Solomos family –the great Grandfather of today's owner. It is totally constructed in stone and has an intriguing history behind it as a Storage House for keeping silk production, an olive press with a marble oil well (tank). A glass cover just above the former oil storage well is ...