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... for wine and beer for after dinner. Sarah ran to pharmacy to buy us sun screen. We've needed all week and know we will need in Santorini. Sarah's story about miming with lady to find sunscreen is funny. Our Amalia hotel us out from town. Uninteresting dinner Buffet ( we keep dreaming about fish dinner in Nafplion to keep us happy). Marty set up table outside rooms on grassy lawn to view moon and stars while sipping cocktails and retelling stories about today and of course our past ...
... with us were there, and we enjoyed catching up with them before finding our
free desserts, a small ice cream cone, and walking back gently to the hotel.
Wednesday 24 September – Monastery day at Meteora
In the morning we got the bus to the Grand
Meteora monastery. Like Varlaam, this originally had access only by means of a
net which was hauled up or let down by a ...
... like something out of the movie Avatar. We got very lucky with the weather as well because yesterday was very cloudy, and the forecast for the next four days is rain, and we managed to get a mostly dry day. It was grey for most of the day with the sun only poking through a couple of times. But every time it felt like it was going to start downpouring, and we even felt a couple of raindrops, it just stopped. The weather was definitely on our side ...
... an historic Greek-Orthodox Church. There we learned more about the history of this religion and about the meanings of icons and designs in the main sanctuary. Before leaving Thessaloniki, we all enjoyed a morning walk along the seaside promenade and we also stopped by Starbucks to enjoy a cup of coffee.
From Thessaloniki, all of us drove to Vergina where we had a tasty lunch and a visit to the ...
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A long, long, long time ago, back in the 9th century, a group of hermit monks started living in the hollows and fissures amongst ...