AKS Porto Heli Hotel
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... her body buring and threw herself into this fountain.
Inside the museum there of many of the items discovered during the excavations, dating from Mycenaean period, 13th century BC.
Many of the statues are without heads. Apparently the Romans bulk made statues and then customised the heads. This caused the odd anomaly, an old senators head on an athletes body!!
The museum also has a record of the existence of any ancient Jewish Synagogue.
Ancient Corinth was a thriving ...
... included seat cushions which were necessary. The 2 seats beside us were vacant due to unflattering seating surfaces so we got more leg and backpack room. The play was super full and the venue added to the historical significance of the play. They did modernize the play to suit the modern audience though. After the play, it was already 11pm, and we we're looking to find something for a very late dinner. Restaurant owners came out to the middle of the road and ...
... this to signify that I was a travel writer dong a report on them, so they furnished me with lots of slaps on the back and free dessert to sweeten both my pallet and my review. The day before it was a glass of wine. Needless to say I didn't disabuse them of this notion, mostly because I don't speak a word of Greek and I was hesitant to strain the waiter's English any further after my "There's a Hare in my rabbit ragu" joke flopped disastrously.
... for, moussaka, pork souvlaki and freshly squeezed orange juice. Wow the orange juice is amazing, as is souvlaki. 2 Greek cultures I have come to love. Dinner was bit disappointing tonight! I had spiced chicken wings and pork pie! Was not very good to be completely honest. We even went shopping and everything was either closed or really bad!
I miss Athens. The food, the culture, the beggers, they made me feel beautiful :)
Tomorrow, Mount Olympus! :D
... building, leading the family to manage the project themselves. As we walked in, we were immediately greeted by Kurt, a multi-skilled builder from Indiana. Scaffolding, tools, and scraps of building materials were strewn across the courtyard, which had been coated in a thick layer of sawdust from ongoing building work. Kurt’s clothes were likewise coated in a thin dusting of sawdust, which gave them a greyish tinge all over.
The village of Vassara had, for some ...