King Jason Hotel
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... thus rendering their whacked mumblings into almost anything. The fact that they lasted for a thousand years is testimony to our continual quest for answers and eternal optimism. The whole complex was well preserved and worth the visit.
Day 2 saw us visiting 4 Byzantine monasteries on top of these amazing rock formations. The site is called Meteora,and is in the centre of Greece. To get there we passed places ...
... but on the way we stopped at a Greek bakery and ordered a ton of desserts because we wanted to try everything. The desserts were fantastic, we really enjoyed them. Then we said goodbye to Chantel and got back onto the boat. For dinner, I had strawberry bisque (apparently it's like a smoothie, I did not know that when I ordered it), lasagna and a dessert sampler (the brownie thing on it was amazing!) Then I went to the "Teen Center" while Wes disappeared ...
... these tours, what we should have done was get the Hop on Hop off bus which stopped at various stops, one of which is the Plaka a good shopping/eatery strip. Also being a Sunday very little was open. So far have found Athens the least favourable of our trip so far. Entertainment tonight was Ballroom Fever with the Royal Carribean Singers & Dancers doing the Salsa, Tango, Cha Cha featuring Hungarian Ballroom Champions, then we went down & listened to Rockport also ...
... steep streets and paths up to the main park. The park opened at 8am and we were happy we got there early because there were already a few guided tours arriving but we managed to get to the acropolis while it was empty. The Acropolis is absolutely beautiful and it took my breath away as we walked up to it. The details in the stone sculptures and columns is unbelievable. The Parthenon is right next to the Acropolis and it is also amazing, but I think I was ...
... have a choice.
REPEATERS: With such attention given, it is undoubtedly the reason for the many repeaters. I met and chatted with several during my 2 night stay and everyone had a nice word to say. In fact I heard non say anything negative. The second day the hotel was fully-booked with the majority being Cypriots, so as a Cypriot myself but living abroad I had much to talk about and I even came across some acquaintances who were ...