Grand Resort Lagonissi
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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You guessed it - today we went shopping! I have bought a couple of souvenirs already (for both myself and family). We did a bit more walking and site seeing but after the ridiculous hike we did yesterday, we were not up for anything big. We can, however, safely say that we have now walked the three 'hills' of Athens. Oh! I also had the privilege of seeing what they believe was Socrates' Gaol. How cool ...
... to take off. We weren't supposed to be flying out of Amman, but things have changed, and today saw us packing up and leaving to a place we have never even considered visiting. More about that later. We were supposed to have crossed out of Jordan three days ago, at the Arava-Eilat crossing, where Jordan, Israel and Egypt converge around the Red Sea. But we stayed on in Jordan longer than planned, enjoying the peaceful oasis of a little Kingdom in the middle of ...
... I had unwrapped my burger Bianca's whopper was gone, she had skulled her water and was starting on my cola. ( HJ chips are so much better in Italy - thick cut) We found the number 2 Tram. We were given some more vague instructions off another tram passenger and made our way on foot towards our apartment and he advised us to get off at stop 5 and walk 'straight'...so we did... On the wrong st. After walking under an overpass, I moved on alone to find someone to give more directions. I ...
We took the ferry in pouring rain back to mainland. Rained on and off most of the day. Called into Kavala again - we know that city well, having visited it at least 3 times. Then drove down to Thessaloniki and the east coast of the Sithonian Peninsula. Lonely Planet promised we would have it to ourselves and we did, hardly a vehicle all day. ...
... Apparently, 40% of the population still smokes. We found this really difficult as the corridor and the lobby would often smell of incredibly strong cigarette smoke; I think Camel brand cigarettes are still in fashion and I noticed one lady smoking a slim cigar. We shifted to another room on the second day to try and avoid the smoke and not only got a much bigger room (nice one) but we also had an uninterrupted view of the Acropolis from our balcony.