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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and watched the changing of the guard. And then on to the Plaka district and lunch. Our drive took us through the city and some of the more fashionable shopping areas. Plaka is the old historical neighborhood of Athens that is clustered under the shadow of the Acropolis. It is made up of narrow busy streets that house shops, restaurants and markets. Plaka is built on top of the residential areas of the ancient town of Athens. It is known as the "Neighborhood of the Gods" due ...
... ceremonial area where the red carpet is rolled out and the guards are dressed in full ceremonial clothing. Got some great pictures ! Moving on out of a potential bomb zone we head up the street back towards our hotel and decide (Daniel's request) to do a little dinner. While I have lost my appetite for food Daniel is managing to eat a full breakfast lunch and dinner each day. (Bring on my fat pants - DP). The food is really good and the option to have a lazy ...
... my own room which is pretty spacious, and each room has its own balcony. Our kitchen is small but it's working out well! I love how clean the apartments are in comparison to our Rome one, which was eternally disgusting. Also, as I've said already, it's really quiet which I love! I'll expand on some of our challenges later :)
On Saturday we met at school (which is 5 minutes away--SCORE!) and quickly dispersed in small groups to accomplish a ...
... as a nature preserve.
Like I said before, each island has it’s own experience to share and it’s up to you to decide what you make of it.
(And speaking as a third party outside observer with no personal experience involved in the matter, returning home with someone else’s shoes after a rather wild table dancing, free pouring beach party is not always the memory you want to take away from a Greek island hopping holiday). ...
... on the beach, partly outdoors, partly
covered. It was huge (as it turned out, way too big for its own good) and had a
giant swimming pool within. We spent a couple of hours there but the party didn’t
really take off the way we expected it too. We ended the night (relatively)
Saturday morning we bid
adieu to Mykonos after feasting on some more cookies and pies from the local
bakery (I’m in love). Our ferry to Athens ...