Hotel King Saron
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... the peak of this mountain we could see the entire island. Other mountains and valleys rolled away from us and collapsed into the sea. The sun had started to set and was breaking just overtop a neighboring island. You have never seen a sight like this. Never. Awestruck we stared at our surroundings. We did this for a good long while, but then started with pictures and preparing the return trip. After we saw our route, we realized that we needed to ...
c) The Ancient Temple of Apollo.
d) Lake of Vouliagmeni.
e) The Public Spa of the City.
f) Several monasteries for a spiritual retreat with that of St. Patapios being the most significant.
The ideal base for exploration:
Personally I visited several of the above spots on our previous trip so this time the trip here is more a relaxing type of an ...
I cannot believe it was our last day today! We began the trip by heading to the Canal of Corinth which connects the Saronic Gulf to the Gulf of Corinth! We didn't see any boats or anything in the canal because it is not really used for shipping or travel anymore but the water was the most unbelievably beautiful blue I had ever seen!! We also stopped and got a snack and some coffee at a gift shop right near by and got some ...
... and ropes disappeared along with the rusty old chain under the water.
A Frenchman had been watching us from his yacht on the opposite side of the small harbor, beckoning us to tie up alongside him, so after relaying the anchor we backed in and secured a line to him. The Frenchman took our stern ropes and tied them, one to a steel post and the other to the small jetty. We were now safe but I remained uneasy with Orca being so close to the ...
... while we are talking about the octopus recipe when an American tourist seeing her with us approaches our table to congratulate her before leaving. His friends are amazed with her cooking and they book to return for more the following evening.
For those who want to keep away from the jammed touristy area of the harbour where all restaurants are one next to the other with not much space to sit and relax, stretch ...