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... room. I was a bit disappointed not to get spätzle and spinach with my pork tenderloin. :( Oh, well -- now we know if there is something on the menu we really want we need to go to the dining room.
We went to the show with no idea of how our selection of seats in the front row would result in Karl being the star of the evening! The entertainer was a comedy juggler named Jonathan Stamp. He began the show innocently enough with some juggling, of course. ...
... growing in such a way. We eventually got to our hotel, where the manager met us at the gate and shook our hands, he gave us a map and pointed out the good spots around the island, then lifted my bag into our apartment. We had been upgraded from our double room to a studio apartment with a small kitchen, a lounge with a view of the water, and a beautiful big bedroom and bathroom. So fantastic for our small price. It is beautiful! Next stop for us was the beach for a walk and ...
... The name it had meant it had been cooked in the ground, but I'm not sure it actually was! It was still tasty. The next day we all jumped on a bus and cruised around the various beaches on the island. The first stop was called black beach, because it is black! It is black from the volcanic rock. We stayed here for a couple of hours relaxing on the lounges in the sand. From here we went to the red beach. Our last stop for this part of the day was at a winery ...
... the world; but then I think crossing any finish line only running 13.1 is the best feeling in the world!!
After the stadium we went to get ferry tickets for our next stop in Mykonos, one of the Greek Islands. The travel agent was very helpful and recommended a place for lunch. I was very excited to try a real Greek salad! And that we did! The salad was delicious! No lettuce - only tomatoes, cucumbers, feta cheese, whole olives, red onion, oregano, and ...
... caught, neutered and chipped to keep track of them. This
way, they don’t breed and become a problem and seem to be better fed than the pet cats
because everyone feels responsible for them. This one lived around the Zeus
Temple and was pretty fat.
After this, it was off to the Parthenon and Acropolis, which,
by the way are together on the same hill. Well, actually the word Acropolis means: Top of the hill and the Parthenon ...