Apollo Resorta Art Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... stop was at a Roman ruin site then we stopped at a lovely little town for coffee. We visited 2 museums at the next town then went on to our lunch stop.There was a great view from our restaurant but not much else to see in the town. After lunch we continued through the hills and saw little monasteries perched on top of mountains.How they built them defies imagination. Next we went to see an old olive press and tasted some great olive oil.I bought some ...
... private car and taken to see the sights.Our first stop was the Blue Dome looking over the sea.This is the iconic sight fir Santorini.The one you see on so many post cards. After taking our photos we went to view the church from the other side then went for a walk around the town.Tam found a great jewelers and bought lots of presents for those at home.I got a bracelet,pendant and earings. We then drove around the island and were dropped at the port about an hour before the ferry was due ...
We left Athens on a sunny Friday morning and took the bus to the town of Kyparissia where Mike had found us a workstay. Rod and Bernadette met us at the bus station and were the nicest couple we could have hoped for! They had left England about eight years prior when they retired early and decided to build a home in Greece. In addition to their house they have also built a log cabin that Mike and I are staying in and it is by far the nicest accommodation we've had yet! (They use it as ...
... to have it brought from Olympia to Katakolon, To cut along story short, we did some more haggling and he cut the price down by 60%. We knew that we had a good price as he became quite surly as he took our money but Shirley, ever the diplomat, made him shake hands with her before we left. All in all, despite the credit card needing mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, it was a great ...
... paying homage to those stab-happy stories.
The most impressive sight to see in Athens is of course the Acropolis, which stands on a rocky outcrop in the middle of the city. The structure is a citadel containing buildings that are probably over 3000 years old, including the most famous - the Parthenon, whose gleaming marble white columns are so well persevered and restored, you can almost see Jove himself standing there, looking down at the mortals below and ...