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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 ...
... 8217;t know which way to point the camera - towards the sky or the road. The parade finished about 1:30pm and the throngs of people dissipated to continue celebrations. We first headed back the way we came, then once we oriented ourselves, headed back past were we had been standing and towards the base of the Acropolis - the area of Plaka. Our notes from our tour guide suggested a nice taverna to have lunch at. As we wended out way through the local streets, we were distracted ...
... map. Surly thinks we were "offroad." It was a nice change for me to be in the middle of nowhere though. Our villa was about as quaintly beautiful as they get! It was exactly as I had dreamed it would be. The mustard yellow walls, pictures of grapes on the walls (among other varieties of artwork), and stone-lined arches made my dream come true. Not to mention the view from the windows, overlooking the rolling countryside! It was our home for 5 nights and was just perfect. ...
... creates a bottleneck. Once we were in, we could scatter with little crowd interference. It was unforgettable. It was humbling. It was the Acropolis! Again, this was something I studied many times in my college art and architecture classes, but I never thought I would see it. We reminded Sara of the great minds that had gathered there and the stories behind events that took place there. We marveled at how they could possibly assemble such massive works and on such a high hill. ...
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