Grand Resort Lagonissi
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... 10 years later. The remaining building on the Acropolis took another 100 years to be built. There has been much debate as to whether Pericles was a hero or a madman for having the Parthenon rebuilt since he literally bankrupted the empire to cater mostly to the elitist few.
The Parthenon has 17 columns per side and 8 columns on either end. The columns were built thicker in the middle to accommodate the weight they had to carry. The columns lean ...
... wine) but it was too sweet for my taste! (€9.50)
TIP: For just €27.45 per person (tax not included) the Lunch Menu gives the opportunity to customers to enjoy a small taste experience and get acquainted with the cuisine.
PRIVATE DINING: For a unique dining experience up to maximum 8 persons the restaurant offers the chef’s table situated inside a glass-enclosed space within the kitchen. This is ideal for a winter ...
Today we departed Rome to drive to Italy's east coast, taking in the gorgeous scenery on the way. Once we arrived we boarded a ferry bound for Greece! The journey took 20hrs - overnight. I've never been on a boat that size, nor for that long and I was slightly worried it was going to be rough and i would get sea sick. I was very surprised at how smooth it was! I could barely tell we were on a boat, at some points I actually forgot. There was plenty to ...
... more than expected. Maybe it’s just tiring to travel with a family or may be it’s the lack of adult-time.... Barbara lives in the suburbs of Kampala, the capital. The traffic is awful but it’s a nice city on the edge of lake Victoria with many green hills. Nina is thrilled to have a new friend, Edisa, Barbara’s daughter who’s the same age as her. Actually the boys are happy too to have a new friend and they all play nicely...most of the time. ...
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. ...