King Jason Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... only like a formality because we couldn't have the time is a true heartbreak. No time to get lost in the moment, not a single moment before, to tell them how you feel.
... an enormous Bronze Age engineering marvel. It was built to honor the warrior version of the goddess Athena by the city that bears her name. Then, after Christians banned the worship of Greek gods, the Parthenon became a Christian church. When the Turks later conquered the city, they constructed a nearby minaret and converted the building into a mosque. In its present ramshackle status, it could be said to represent an ironic monument to the folly of ...
... where they directed us to another counter. This seemed to
be the place where they dealt with “problems”, as the person in front of us was
collecting a large number of baggage labels, presumably for a tour or sports
group. Eventually he finished and the young lady began looking at our
situation, but seemed to ...
... streets of the Plaka. This area consists of local shops, restaurants, and street vendors. We stopped into one of the restaurants and ate a Greek salad and some Mousaka which is sorta like a lasagna but with potatoes inside too. It was very delicious. Greece had some of the cutest sandals that were all hand made. Both my mom and I got a pair and Lesley has a pair coming too! After awhile of shopping all the stores ...
... island is just as nice. I will attempt to load some pictures for you. Sadly, I don't pay attention to things and the camera battery died just as we started touring the Acropolis so most of today's pictures are on Chris's phone - he will have to upload them later as he has some really good ones! I have a few shots from today so here they are.
Missing everyone now.. especially our fur baby!!
Alice & Chris