Apollon Hotel Paros
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... something of a legend, and if you scroll through the pictures in this article (http://mygreecetravelblog.com/2011/07/ 25/meet-the-famous-pelican-mascot-of-my konos/) you can see their size compared to humans - zoiks!!!
I pretty much crashed after I got back to my hotel in Thessaloniki and slept in pretty late this morning. I spent the afternoon touring the city and seeing the archaeological museum, which has quite an impressive collection of finds from ...
Today was a public holiday (see yesterday's entry) and everything was closed except the cafés which were doing a great business. The sun was out for a lot of the day too.
The school kids were out in force again with their marching and drumming and having a great time. There were priests and lots of dignataries laying wreaths and then more marching and drumming through the lined streets. It was quite moving to see.
We love the Greeks. They ...
... bottle which was only 12% proof, and he did have some pure distilled raki which David said you could fuel a rocket with! We laughed all the way home and figured we were probably his best customers for weeks!
A bit further on we came across a lovely bakery in a little village and bought 2 bread rolls, a piece of milk custard cake and two small yummy cakes. It made us feel better about the bag of motley fruit! ...
... to describe marble or china of similar qualities. We walked through the narrow cobbled paths. streets. The narrow white-washed streets are delliberately unstructured.
The attraction most people talk about in Paros is the Panagia Ekatontapiliani, literally meaning "church of the hundred doors". Its oldest features date back to 391 AD. It is said to have been founded by the mother of the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great (ruled ...
... in today!!!! We got up and met Morrison's for breakfast at 9:00 am, then left the ship and took a shuttle into town. We wandered around looking at some of the shops, then wandered around the shoreline, and looked at the old abandoned wind mills, before finding a restaurant with WIFI. We order a drink and then Susie and I got up on email while the boys people watched. Returned to the ship ...