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... Many Lives, Many Masters) by Brian L. Weiss. M.D. I can tell that I found the first two chapters boring and I thought to quit, but I did not.
I went on reading, at least it kept me company while lying on the deck-lounge by the beach and later on up on the suite.
I was intrigued to read the true story of a patient and the past-life therapy she had….all those Masters being everywhere around us but unseen. Wow!
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... with a few vegetarian options are always on display depending on the theme night. Frankly, you can expect a feast each night.
Loved the griddle-cakes (glyka tapsiou) with syrup especially the rolls and triangles filled with yummy custard cream, similar to (trigona panoramatos), which were beyond excellent and everyone loved them. I was greatly disappointed however to come across once again with the 3 or 4 whipped cream desserts topped with syrup ...
... who has a sweet tooth the taste was great. For me it was a bit sweeter than average but again, in general I am after light versions of sweet delicacies myself.
Desserts rank from €7.00 with the Ice cream, the Lemon pie and Cheese cake at €8.00, the Chocolate Cake with Ice cream of your choice is at €10.00 and finally, Oreo & Cookies pastry with grated biscuit at €11.00.
SIGHT-SEEING: Athens is a city which ...
... floor! It's been a long long day. OMG what a view! The pictures say it better than I could! There in front of us the acropolis right above us. 2500 years old and here we are enjoying some lovely wine looking at this amazing sight. Hard to believe! Sooo lucky! A couple more glasses of wine compliments of our lovely Athenian bar maid and it is definitely time for bed. Tomorrow the ...
... carved in the shape of women that adorn one side of the smaller Erechtheion temple, have been removed to the Acropolis Museum. Acid rain was creating so much havoc on their surfaces that their survival at all was in doubt. Replicas now stand in their historic place.
We saw the originals in the Acropolis museum, along with several other remnants of the ancient Athens' glory days. Then after a leisurely lunch (while we waited out a brief rain ...