New Haroula Hotel
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... no names. A little tricky. So Alex went back out of town and noticed a sign that said beach with an arrow and we knew where he would go. We followed and ended up at the end of a road far above any beach. But that is not a challenge for Alex either.
Soon Alex was climbing down and Jeff was climbing up. So Alex ran up the side of the hill to join his dad and I went, too. The view from the top was amazing. We could see the black, black volcanic rocks ...
... to some of the places you could stay down the hill. There were a couple of the big cruise ships in the harbor and so as a result there were many more people in town and in the restaurants.
They look very nice but sure they are more expensive than where we are. Bought some groceries and headed back to the room and fixed a nice dinner and watched the FBI story on television. Interesting movie about J. Edgar and his paranoia.
... a truck driver the whole time because it is such a nightmare to work with, but the cookies and cakes and breads. Eastern European desserts, at least what she made and what I was raised on, aren’t light and flaky like French ones. They are dense and almost breadlike and maybe sweetened with milk and sugar before baking or filled or covered with nuts and sugar or honey. Any way you cut it, it is delicious and it goes without saying that the ...
... bodies which is suppose to be quite good for your skin, little did we know or get told by Thermy that it stained our skin. So even after washing ourselves while we swam back to the boat we were all stained black. It wasn't until we got back to the hotel to scrub it off that we were clean again. The sulphur was so strong that we had to throw out our towels which we were recommended to do as they stunk and were stained. Once back ...
... the coolest exhibits were the old timber figureheads from the front of ships. There were a few from the 1700s, and even one that was a man! (a Greek god. I thought having a male figurehead was unusual, but maybe not). But there was one that was from 1650! I have said before that I cant comprehend things that are thousands of years old, but I can with things that are hundreds of years old, and I find things from before 1800 especially interesting :)
We went out for dinner and I ...