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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with no cake inside. This (junk) kind of desserts spoilt the good impression I had. It was the night that everyone seemed to have discovered the freezing compartment and the majority had ice cream that night which was great. Please, please, please, stop doing this to people and choose something different for that night. It could be ice cream-night, seasonal fruit and fruit salad instead, but not this.
BEVERAGE: Complimentary local wine (red ...
We had our first week long break for travel. I went to Athens, Greece with 9 other students from my school. We stayed in Athens for 3 days and then went to the Island Santorini for the remainder of the break. In Athens we toured the Acropolis and other museums and historic things. We celebrated my birthday there and drank wine and ate delicious desserts!
We spent several days in Santorini. ...
Our workshop, looking at the Integral approach to human development for impacting the health of whole populations, was 45 min followed by a question period. It was well attended in the Community Health track and lots of good feedback. We planned for an informal discussion the following ...
... from all parts of the island, grave and votive statues in the round from the Archaic up to the Roman eras, as well as inscriptions from archaeological investigations throughout the island.
* The mosque of Emir Zade and the marble water fountain that dates from the same time.
* The House on Paidon Street
* The Early Christian Basilica of Aghia Paraskevi
* The Residence of the Bailus of Chalkis
* The School of Infantry
* The bay of Vourkos (known as Vourkarion ...
... admire the Greek culture and I have to admit that in moments like these I feel proud to be a Greek.
Now a few words about the ancient theatre:
Although the ancient theatre of Eretria was built the 5th century B.C it continued to be used the 4th century B.C. It was a period when Eretria was flourishing. The year 198 B.C the city is destroyed by Romans and is subsequently rebuilt but of course this time the material ...