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... nearly every site in Egypt required this treatment. They were checking bags and throwing out liquids. Not really sure why, though unfortunately our Pepsi’s would probably be consumed by the Greek police later that day.
After using the washrooms we headed first for the Archeological site, given everything was only open until 3:00pm today as it was Sunday. Plus, we could cool down in the Museum in the afternoon. We followed the masses ...
... two bodies of water and probably flood the entire lower Peleponnese, several Roman emperors attempted to complete a canal but all failed due to finances and geographical challenges. The canal would wait for a later time.
As a result of all this, Corinth's profile grew apace. Her history until the 1st century A.D. is blood-soaked, participating in wars, revolts and being finally completely destroyed by Rome in 146 B.C. after Roman ambassadors to Corinth ...
... while we are talking about the octopus recipe when an American tourist seeing her with us approaches our table to congratulate her before leaving. His friends are amazed with her cooking and they book to return for more the following evening.
For those who want to keep away from the jammed touristy area of the harbour where all restaurants are one next to the other with not much space to sit and relax, stretch ...
... gate greeting us I protest that they should let the door open.
She stares at me in surprise and with humbleness and gentlness in temper she replies that there is a bell on the door and the door opens in seconds if somebody only presses the button. She is so sweet and calm that I feel ashamed and I apologize.
Oh well, I understand now the reason the lady did not tell us…..I am almost sure about it because we even mentioned the fact that Yianni ...
... biscuits were ok. There were plenty of seasonal fruit, yoghurt, cheese and ham, eggs and sausages, different jams, freshly cut cucumber and tomatoes and nice hot strong coffee each morning.
The staff, -a bunch of youngsters seemed a bit tight-assessed due to their supervisor Mr. George Tsoupas who is alert checking with the needs of the restaurant going here and there all the time and calls the waiters to do this and that. They are efficient however, very ...