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Travel Blogs from Eretria
... good and tasty food. The reason is that meat and vegetables even fish are provided from farms of the round area and local fishermen so everything is fresh. You never get tired of the menu because there is always something different depending on the theme of the night.
I was on H/B so I cannot comment on the variety of lunch. Greek Mediterranean cuisine, food varied and were both fish and meat dishes on display ...
... Thanasi and Litsa, but the rest of the guys were just as polite and helpful.
LOCATION: Located in Eretria, only 1h30 from Athens. (Check website for directions). The city is a popular destination with a lovely beach promenade full of café bars and restaurants, but between us, once you are here you will not want to go outside as there is everything one might need within the premises of this lovely family beach hotel.
STAFF / SERVICE: The staff in general ...
... over an hour here we decided to finish the afternoon off with the National Archaeological Museum. This was perhaps the greatest museum in the world for sculptures and everything ancient. We walked back to our apt after that and chilled. We grabbed a few groceries to snack on before dinner. Around 730 we went out to eat at the same place yesterday. A wonderful day in Anthens and we did everything we wanted to in the span of 8 ...
... of being discovered today. I think Nick's favourite item was the Spartan shield (like from the movie 300) from 425 B.C. We also hiked up one heck of a mountain to view the Acropolis and the Parthenon. We don't know what this mountain is called so we refer to it as Mount Olympus. If today had taught me anything - I don't know enough history about Greece. Some interesting facts about Greek culture that we have learned/experienced: -a quick nod up (not followed by a ...
... out the front but didn't have time to wait around for the changing of the guards, Deb wanted to walk through the National Garden to see the Zappeion which is a big gorgeous building. I'm not too sure what it is used for today but was originally built in 1869 (opened 1888) for the "revival of the Olympic games in the modern world" ( from Wikipedia). I would have loved to have had more time in the Gardens because they are large and very beautiful. We were getting a little weary ...
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