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... 5. Italy - if I could pick just one country to visit back for the rest of my life, it would be Italy: Tuscany, Como, Venice, Rome, the riviera... I simply cannot pick a favorite
6. The Netherlands - with summertime Amsterdam still clear in my mind as one of the happier weekends of my life
7. Denmark - Copenhagen is beautiful, the rest nice enough
8. Sweden - great quality of life and beautiful nature. The archipelago is second only ...
We had no idea what to expect of this little island in the Dodecanese as apparently none of the bigger cruise ships can get into its small harbour. It was interesting to watch this big ship we were on get into this very small port which wasn't ricks enough manoeuvre but the Captain had done it before and was successful in getting his ginormous ship moored. ...
... these 3500 years old buildings were some rocks and foundations. The most interesting was an underground cistern. The museum at ground level has displays of artifacts found in the site, such as pottery, jewelry, bronze metal works, etc. We were very impressed ingenuity of these people 3500 years ago. We drove to a restaurant near Korinth next. It was a fish taverna recommended by our hotel in Koita. We are still not sure if we went to the ...
After a sleep in we got everything prepared for the cruise tomorrow. Spent the morning around the pool, finished packing, then caught a cab to Gazi, a trendy area in west Athens that was more suited to the student crowd than us. We headed back to more comfortable area in the Plaka, but made a big mistake stopping for dinner at what looked like a really ...
... for a Greek coffee. Met the owner Dimitrius who spent a good half hour with us telling us about all things to do with Athens. It was a great experience. Next we walked to the flea market area of Monastiraki, full of tacky clothes and souvenir shops. Heading back east along Ermou Street, we stopped in at a small taverna for lunch, set in a courtyard off the street. This was a real sanctuary and ...