Hotel Solomou Athens
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... with its intensity, its precision and the profound experience of freedom it imparts.
Go to http://www.torobaka.com/#page_1 to watch a web documentary about TOROBAKA. (Co-commissioned by Sadler's Wells and the BBC/Arts Council England digital project The Space, this interactive film created and directed by the talented Maxime Dos offers a valuable insight into the creation of the ...
... with ease. I tore off a slice and took the whole piece in one go. It was delicious! The juice was sweet and thick! It was similar to the flavor of a regular orange from back home but with more sugar. At least that was the flavor for about a two seconds. The moment the juice was down my throat, my whole mouth filled with what seemed to be the mix of an espresso and war head. It was so bitter. My whole face squeezed to the size of this orange. I spit and spit but it ...
“Wise men speak because they have something to say; Fools because they have to say something.”
“Love is a serious mental disease.”
Keep in mind Plato designed the concept of Platonic love, love that is chaste and non sexual. Apparently , Plato is not one of the smarter, ancient Greek philosophers. If sending out party invitations, Pluto, Greek god ...
... we headed for the new Museum, Dora's close friends are on teh curation team and she holds a great passion for the symbolism of the building. She showd us how it reflects the architecture of the Acropolis itself, and how it had been cleverly twisted so that as you approach it the top story reflects back the image of the Parthenon and the lower levels twisted slightly more to capture the rock face of the Acropolis.
Inside Dora led the kids through a treasure hunt of the ...
... the new phenomenon of art trade.
Among the treasures was the famous Antikythera Mechanism, known as the World’s First Computer, which still today contributes to our knowledge of ancient Greek technology and astronomy. The Mechanism, constructed in the second half of the 2nd century BC, comprises gears, scales, axles and dials. The inscriptions refer to astronomical and calendar calculations and ...