Limeni Village Hotel
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... on the reconstruction, but they were nowhere near halfway finished. We visited the very small museum, and Birol made us try some berries from a tree outside. Next, we napped on our way to Marathon. We got to the site in which Melani gave her presentation on the Battle of Marathon against the Persians. We then visited the small museum and traveled to Skinias Beach nearby. We ate lunch and laid on the beach for an hour and a half. We got ice cream bars before we left. It ...
... in the war. It's fascinating that what we today would put in Highly Classified Information is similar information that would be put on these large pieces of rock.
Interestingly, there were no professional politicians in ancient Athens; they were pretty much drawn out of a hat. The citizens had an annual chance to kick someone out for two months; these votes were taken on broken pieces of pottery called Ostracon (this is where we get 'ostracize' from). Every senator except ...
- sharing gluhwein and wurst in Berlin's Xmas markets
- fighting for no apparent reason and then making up in an equally impressive manner under the watchful eye of the imposing Austrian monastery of Melk
- discovering the unusual and unexpectedly intense nightlife of the Greek island of Kithnos
- soaking the sun, quietly, with our books, together and alone at the same time in the beaches of Samos, Paros and so many other seaside ...
... are expecting a Poland short break (the two of us), as well as a sunny week in Milos island (with dad and Antonis joining that one) Joint travel highlight: - Petra! The sheer beauty of the place, as well as the various means of transport used to make it through it: horses, camels, donkeys,... Memorable joint travel experiences: - touring the German countryside ...
... had heads down to avoid the donkey poo! We did stop on the way at one of the many beaches, with deck chairs side by side, but it wasn't tempting enough for a swim. From here we headed to the other side of the island to see the ancient ruins of Kamiros, the third of the three ancient Rhodes island cities. There has been a settlement here for thousands of years, and though ruins were not as impressive, the hillside setting looking out to sea ...