Hotel Solomou Athens
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BEVERAGE: I paired my dishes with a ruby red wine (Greek Wine Cellars) An 'Agioritiko' type of wine, -Black Swan. Its full body aftertaste with the delicate aroma paired well with what we were served.
SALADS: Out of the 3 salads I had the Spinach one. The almonds and sundried tomatoes add a nice flavor and color. The salad is served with grilled 'Manouri’ cheese, honey and balsamic. A refreshing salad, low in calories ...
... but so many, (most) are covered in spray paint, and not the artistic kind. I kind of just wanted to take a giant power washer to everything everywhere. The food was good and plentiful and the service was good in all the places we went. The people were helpful and most spoke decent conversational English. We came, we saw, we explored, and now we head on to our next stop, Rome. Tune in tomorrow, same Bat time, same Bat channel
... there were 24 monasteries and today six are active religious sites Strictly speaking they are mostly convents now. We visited 2 - one of which had a tiny chapel full of original frescoes and the other featured a painter on scaffolding restoring the artwork.
By 11 am we were on the road for Athens - a 6 hour drive. Most of us dozed the afternoon away. As we drew closer to Athens Maria recapped ...
... make a booking for this evening. It's located on the hotels rooftop and would have to be the most spectacular view we have EVER witnessed from a restaurant, almost having to pinch ourselves and disbelief at our luck of being bumped to here. This view definitely makes up for the room and besides, we're only here 2 nights anyway. Big day out and about Athens tomorrow, with the Acropolis and other monuments of Greek history literally moments away. Love A & ...
Athens has been called a "one-day city," and truly, monuments aside, it is astonishingly uninteresting. Which makes it worth seeing, I suppose, but only for a day. We stayed two.
Our landlady says there are only three or four days a year as hot as these two have been. "Maybe it will happen once more this month." We heard this everywhere we went for the next three weeks.
Truth in advertizing is important to Frances. "In the picture on the ...