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... harbor and the bay of Varkiza. The interior room and patio in overwhelming colors of sand and touches of blue brings you closer to the sea sensation. The 2nd hall with the fireplace, the huge mirror and the many ceiling pendant lights give the feeling of the coastal countryside.
STAFF / SERVICE: Impeccable service, extremely friendly staff and very attentive. The people behind have something special in the way they approach guests, to assure ...
... the more their existence will seem antagonistic to others."
"Having no money is empowering."
"Free yourself from your appearance."
"People need so little to survive. And yet they ask so much of their fellow man. My idea of progress is learning how to live and be happy with less."
"Life is meant to be easy. It's our fears and selfishness that make it hard."
"The health and well-being of the world rely on the people's ability to ...
... that took us from the Piereus Port to Athens. We wound our way through Piereus passing a number of ports containing all manner of ships including some amazing yachts…..yes there is money in Greece! Along the way our tour pointed out several of the 2004 Olympic venues including the basketball stadium, the soccer stadium, the beach volleyball stadium and the boxing/wrestling area. At the “entrance” to Athens, Hadrian's Arch, we decide to get ...
... in Athens at the time were slaves, but no matter, anyone with an Athenian father could vote. My simple grasp of maths and human nature suggests that a fair proportion of these voters may have, shall we say, “mixed” heritage.
Our first stop is of course the Acropolis and Parthenon. This hot barren hill with the ruined temple on top is not only the symbol of Athens and Greece, but is also a sort ...
... we leave the Acropolis, our bus takes us through town to our hotel, the Athens Plaza, located on the Syntagma Square.
After checking in, we had the afternoon free to explore Athens.
A small contingent of travelers set out for lunch in the Plaka section, know for its wonderful local artisan shops and tavernas.
We went to Epmeion, an amazing restaurant recommended by our concierge, and enjoyed an extravagant Greek sampling of ...