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TravelPod Member ReviewsKaterina Hotel Athens
Great hospitality, great breakfast, humorous staff, good AC, quiet at night, close to metro. My roommate even stayed up late one night drinking and dancing with the owner. Hilarious.
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"The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing." - Socrates I was excited for Greece because I would be travelling with my friend Marc. We had met in college and stayed in touch over the years but hadn't seen each other much given our busy lifestyles and the fact that he lived in Ontario for a couple of years. Marc is a great travel companion …
Today is the end of the first cruise and on to the second leg. The cruise ship operates in 7 day cycles which you can piece together for as long as you like. We found out that the dinner menu also operates in 7 day cycles so every Saturday is the same menu.
We landed in Piraeus which is the Port of Athens in the morning fairly early. We met our tour and off to Athens which ...
THE SILENCE OF THE LAMP: Part one (brains of lamb) flavorsome but briny, while the Steak of lamb was extremely tender and irresistible.
THE FETA CHEESE THAT WISHED TO BE A BEETROOT:
The menu’s last delicacy is a clever and playful way of presenting feta cheese covered in beetroot gel. What a delight! The miniature beetroot looks and tastes like a real one.
It is safe to say that Greece has been the absolute highlight so far on the trip. I have had an amazing couple of weeks travelling through four of the islands with the flexible tour company, Busabout. How it works is you basically pay for your transport and a guide. There are four set islands that you go to. They are Mykonos, Paros, Santorini and Ios. You must go to these islands and stay for a minimum of two nights in each island. You can stay for a longer period if ...
... appease all nation’s.
12 Aug On another sunny day I went to a lecture on the times leading up to the Ottoman Empire’s harem & downfall which was caused mainly by drugs (opium). Then a lecture by Lord Andrew Mawson who is from bloody Bradford I, he talked on the redevelopment of the East End of London, then a lecture on the night sky by Leon De Ste Croix he used the “Stellarium” ? soft ware.
Tonight at 7-30 we met the Captain ...