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A very long day but most enjoyable, at least in the early stages. An early morning start by coach to the port where we boarded our vessel. Lots of people, crew jovial & well-organised. Two hours relaxing on the open air shaded top deck before arriving at Hydra - a charming lively port, no cars, just boats & donkeys. Spent an hour wandering past the quaint (touristy) shops & laneways then relaxed at one ...
... weekend, we took the opportunity to complete the Holy Triangle and visit the Temple of Poseidon in Sounio, a beach area in southern Athens. I don't mean to sound too blase, but after a while, all of the ancient temples seem to blend in with one another. However, the location of this temple was fantastic. It is on the fabled cliff from which King Aegeus flung himself upon believing ...
... so long because the boat moved slowly and because Hydra was the farthest island from Athens. We would go there and work our way back. I sat and talked with Alex and the girls for a while but some (Amir and Adam) took a little snooze. At one point, I walked around the boat, taking some pictures as I went. The water of the Aegean Sea was so incredibly blue; it was unreal. The first place we stopped was the island of Hydra. We were ...
... asleep or not. To date….all the cats we have played the game with have been “asleep”. Oh well.
Since today was such a lazy day, we didn’t get to resize pictures. Sorry about that. We will get that taken care of tomorrow and add them to this posting.
It’s nearly 11:30 at night and we have a 20 minute walk uphill waiting for us. I have nearly emptied by Coke Zero and John has almost finished his Craft beer. We’ll get back with you ...
... Hydriot mansion. The breakfast area is nicely decorated and there’s a small patio adjacent to that where guests can eat breakfast outside. There’s also a nice lounge near reception, which also opens onto the patio.
After getting settled in the Hotel, I explored a bit. We were on our own for dinner, so I decided to try The Veranda, which is one of the restaurants listed in the Guidebook. Access is via a stone stairway that leads up ...