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... with 15,000 seats. Toured with Patty. We learned about the roots of drama here, before hopping a boat to the idyllic traffic-free island of Hydra.
Lunch at Ermioni (harbor town) - spinach/cheese pie, choc cookies.
Dinner - Chicken Soulvaki (ate outside with 6 cats watching), Chocolate Mousse (from Flora's Pastry/Aveuwvn), Baklava.
Cats everywhere you look in Hydra (one of the Saronic islands).
... street and wait patiently for the next load, which could be cases of bottled water, designer luggage or a tourist in need of a ride. Since it was January some of the shops and restaurants were closed. The places that were open served locals and the handful of tourists visiting the island.
There are numerous hiking trails on Hydra and we enjoyed getting out into the hills of cypress and pine to get some much needed exercise. Our first hike started out ...
... was delicious.
We wandered around some more after lunch before ending up at another cafe. It was so relaxing to sit by the water, watching the boats and talking as we sipped coffee. Since chilling at outdoor cafes is such a major pastime here, I felt like I was really experiencing the Greek lifestyle.
On the trip back to Athens, exhaustion hit. But it was a great day, and I’m so glad I got to visit the scenic island of ...
... wash every now and then we felt able to leave the boat and check out the town.
It is such a busy little place, quite a crossroads with boats, ferries, water taxis, water barges, dinghies, fishing boats all coming and going. Both up and down the channel and across to the mainland. It almost needs traffic lights. But whistle blowing and shouting seems to do the trick.
... Fix, and another called B29. Both are brewed in Athens. Last night I had a beer also from Athens, that was called Craft Brew. All are really nice lager style beers.
So we are walking the port looking at the boats and people and as we came around the port we started off to the west, toward a smaller fishing village called Kamini. There was a great little Taverna there and they had a small dish called Dokas. It was a bruschettes type bread ...