Palmariva Eretria Beach
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... beautiful wall decorative niche with shelves of colorful pots add a touch of good taste. Don’t expect anything extreme or luxurious though! The theme of art work has to do with the Sea, as to remind residents that they are enjoying their holidays in a beautiful Mediterranean island.
VARIETY OF BUDGETS: The hotel’s standards ensure a memorable stay whether booking at a suite, or a more economic room. Something to be considered before booking is that there ...
... completely in Greek (Posso costeeve tiropita? Neh, Pahrakhlo!).
We returned to the hotel for afternoon classes.
For dinner we returned to TsiTsi, again enjoying meat platters ( though I am getting a little sick of meat and want some seafood!)
Also we had fantastic desserts of chocolate cake and honey coconut cake. I walked back early to the hotel to get a full nights’ sleep. Tomorrow we have a long hike to the ...
... some, but they kept most of the major temples.
An interesting part about the Acropolis museum, aside from the fact that it's set in the same layout as the actual Acropolis, was all the little cultural things that we learned. For example, a custom that is still held today is to sacrifice a chicken and to make an offering of pottery before starting a building project. Some women had a certain ...
... We also saw a guy writing on tiny tiny scrawls which we had one made for us saying "moments" reminding us of this time and the many moments to come.
In the end we went back to the Irish Pub. We started having more beers had some food (which actually was horrible! Was so disappointed!) Sinisa started to not feel well, not sure if it was the food or all the sun we had today but we decided to call it a night as we had a long day of flying the ...
... then Rob bought a hat. Our next stop was the original modern Olympics stadium, shaped like a horseshoe and over the other side of the Plaka just up from Apollos temple. Then we went through the national gardens to the parliament to see the changing of the guard. Very interesting ceremony. In the evening we went to a very touristy dinner show for Dinner, singing and dancing - great fun, although we knocked off 2 bottles of wine between ...