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... are dishes relying on much more than sparklingly fresh seafood, and it is a triumph in the art of pasta making: just right degree of bite and creaminess and wonderful flavor and textures. The taste in both was heavenly.
The very last dish I tried was Spaghetti with Fresh Crab for €10.00. The taste was superb while the presentation was eye catching but we struggled to take the crab meat out. It became SO Annoying that we left the crab in the dish in ...
"Don't be offended by others' actions." - a Russian guy, Pavel, telling me I shouldn't get mad at people no matter what they do
"We don't exactly need to understand the things people do. It's enough just to accept them, no?" - a Czech film, Medvidek *
"So think carefully, my dear one, which stick to pinch and which to miss. Fight only the fights that are worthy; let all others pass you. And even when the stick hits ...
... We spent up and each got a pair of sandals fitted perfectly to our feet .
Wayne and Tony however were not so happy as they sat and watched us donate more money to the Greek economy whilst they were sadly deprived of their only life long opportunity to pray at the alter of their beloved St George Chapel .
We were at the shop about 2 hours. A lovely experience for us girls.
... our travel out of principle: telling us not to give money to the Israeli government, that what they are doing is egregious. I am no stranger to boycotts, believe me - my Pepsi and Nestlé grudge is going on 24 years strong! But if I were to boycott travel based on a government's injustice, I wouldn't have gone to China for its occupation of Tibet and Xinjiang and its massive human rights violations; I wouldn't have gone to Iran or Uganda for their treatment ...
... Now a ruin of its formal glory, it is still easy to imagine crowds of eager Athenians gathering in the amphitheatre to take in a Satyr Play, or a tragedy - invented here in Athens by Thespis (hence the term thespian for actor).
We followed up lunch with a visit to the Acropolis Museum, which makes a nice addition to a visit to the Acropolis. While ancient ruins are impressive, it's often difficult to tell what you are looking at without a PhD in ...