Olympic Star Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... in the side of the hill in which the nymph Pan and his dog was found. They made it sound so normal to find a nymph when we were reading the plaque that we didn't question it till afterwards.... How did they find a nymph? Aren't nymphs mythical creatures? I'm assuming it was a store nymph... But they never said! Also on the way up, we receives assistance from another passer by. She saw us looking at ...
... who gave us 2 free diet cokes. The penne pasta was pretty standard, but the feta, tomato and olive sandwich we shared wasn't so crash hot, Issy's inner foodie was not pleased. The frozen Greek yoghurt we had on the way home did make up for it, though we did have to avoid the eyes of all of the rejected restaurant owners we passed on the way there. We were excited to get home, into our pajamas and watch a movie, knowing we had an early morning the following ...
... the top. The hike is very bio diverse with cacti and aloe along the trail. The view was amazing.
We headed to the bus to travel home. But first: stopped for a waffle cone of cinnamon and honey gelato, the best I’ve ever had!
For dinner, Kelsey and I tried a new place in town. I ordered calamari and it was not as exciting as anticipated. It was frozen, and not really native to this area. I’ll have to try again in Santorini!
... proximity to the Acropolis and its many archaeological sites. After lunch we were given tine to explore on out own. Around every corner there seems to be more ruins of some temple or ancient building. Many just in open lots. I guess when you have so many important ones the smaller ones are left alone. The tiny stores offer all sorts souvenirs and object of interest.
Dinner was on our own and we ended up at a non-touristy neighborhood restaurant and had a delicious ...
Today we went to Delphi, and visited the Monastery of Osios Loukas. It's hard to stay enthused about looking at ruins for two weeks... That being said it was still an amazing once in a lifetime experience to view ancient temples, columns and raceways. As we hiked up the mountain I quickly understood why the Grecians were athletic and related gods with nature. Osios Loukas was also an ...