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Lunch time consisted of σουπα φακες (lentil soup) and boy was it good. The portion was huge and the accompanying bread was equally delicious - crusty on the outside and soft in the inside. The establishment was cafeteria style where you ...
... began at Dulles Airport with a two-hour layover in Constantinople. It was uneventful except for a few minor inconveniences. The safety card - you know - the laminated document in the back pocket of the seat immediately in front of you - well - it was written in Turkish. It wasn't a big deal because it had cartoon characters that showed me what to do in the event the plane crashed!
... when you step into the tent and look up, up, up it's like "WOW!" The signs say this temple is 6 x 15 and that the Parthenon is 6 x 13 (however when I counted later at that Parthenon that didn't seem to be the case so perhaps I read it wrong). The Temple of Apollo was built in 450 - 425 BC and the Parthenon was built from 447 - 432 BC.
We watched a video of them replacing one of the columns with a ...
... every movie and postcard I had ever seen of the Greek Islands. Our hotel was a beach front property. The beach itself complete with with small bars and thatched umbrellas was amazing. The fact each umbrella came with its own buzzer for cocktails only made it that much better. As I sat with my strawberry daquiri in hand (later followed by some midori concoction), kindle in the other and my sunnies on all I could think about was how fortunate I was to be able to experience ...
Day 43 At sea, somewhere in the Mediterranean Today is one of only two at-sea days. We get to sleep in and as a bonus, get back the hour we lost when we went to Greece. We are feeling a bit seedy and the sea is an it rougher than closer to the coast, so that doesn't really help much! I have to have a hangover breakfast and am glad I don't have to cook it for myself. Paul does his washing in our tiny bathroom, now our room is more like a Chinese laundry. There are ...