Hotel Happy Days
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... remain under the rubble for many years because it was found when a farmer went to build a well and there were already dwellings over much of the city. Until the day comes where all these owners give up this land, those pieces of the ancient city will remain underground. We were given an idea of how things have changed since 76AD and were told about the current landscape in comparison to what is there today. Pompeii was actually a seaport in its heyday. The huge walls that surrounded ...
... the batter by mixing the water, egg, and salt together, gradually sifting the flour into the water and mixing it with a wire whisk. The batter should be moderately dense. You can add more flour or water depending on your preference. 3) Place an ample amount of oil into a pan and heat the oil over high heat. Make sure it's hot before you use it. 4) Dip each flower into the batter, covering it completely, and place it carefully in the hot oil. Fry on both sides until they are ...
... travelled most of the day to get to our destination in Athens. We did stop at a road stop that served up some pretty great souvlaki (pork on skewer). This was the first bit of meat we had all had in soooo long and it was fantastic!! We were staying at the Presidential Hotel in Athens and it was quite fancy. The beds were actually soft and fluffy. Not something we were used to! We went out for dinner as a group to a lovely family owned restaurant. The ...
After a week of various members of our party being sick or under the weather, this evening we really clowned around with funsters (Mauritcio and Lucy Amarillo, & Bill and Lorraine Maloney) to the Moira Circus. We figured why not be like kids and be entertained for a few hours, plus Bill and Lorraine saw it last week and raved about it ...