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... the monastery. Inside is just as amazing as the outside with its art work and architecture dating back to c.a. 1100! This was a really interesting experience I would definitely recommend it to everyone including a school group. I left the Monastery around 11 and got lunch at a take away store in the city.
Afterwards I went to Lake Vouliagmeni which is located only ...
... wanted a day of shopping but the boys still had "rock stuff" to look at so after another wonderful breakfast in the Plaka we split up with David and I walking across town towards the Panathenaic Stadium.
The walk was a lot further than we thought. We had a nice surprise along the way when we came across a large Greek Orthodox church (we were told it was the Apollonos church) with a nice smaller but much older looking church beside it. From there ...
... researching that exact same journey! Amazingly, the waitress was actually from Albania and she told us where we could go to find the travel agents who run the buses that travel there. In another stroke of good luck, it was only one metro stop away!
How much good luck can two people have in one day?! It turned out that that was how much. It was all the good luck we were allowed. We had used up our allocation and were about to be had. In that moment though, we none ...
... 8217;t find the gelateria. Perhaps it was boarded up for the weekend as well with no visible sign.
Mel still hadn’t consumed a Caprese salad since we’d arrived in Italy and she had been looking forward to having one at the pizzeria. So we went on the hunt for one in the quiet neighbourhood. We found one at Ristorante Familgia (Family Restaurant). So we had that and a four-cheese "white" pizza.
After a stop at a souvenir shop we headed back to ...
... of traditional Meze (which are small plates of food similar to tapas). Our smorgasbord consisted of marinated sausage (cooked by Spiro), lamb shank (also by Spiro), a dish of mashed fava bean with capers, saganaki, sweet cheese filled balls, ribs, smokey flavoured with mashed eggplant, chicken and rice dish, savoury cheese roll, fresh bread.... I'm sure there are more but that is all we can remember. All that food and a few wines, it was time for a well earned ...