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... s go then and we may this quirrel still. However in the car the quirrel-pitched chimes rang back and forth, the Lefterides palmed his face. Where do we go now, little ones, where do we go? Here, no there, no here, you do not park so well. Meanwhile, restless Triton stirred the blue-shone sea. May all the cursed cruise boats rock and tourists ...
Eventually the cruise was over and we decided to travel back to Xylokastro by means of teleportation. Now I am wondering why we didn't use teleportation to get there in the first place. The cruise I can understand. They don't have cocktails in the void between teleports. If they did there wouldn't be much time to drink them. If there were it would probably be difficult anyway. Whatever, it wouldn't be a cruise. The ...
... 8230;which is on the entire opposite side of Greece as Athens. We stayed at the Hotel Miramare, which is just like the other hotels we stayed at that were just on the port. It looked like a beautiful hotel..until we got to our room. It was very crowded without any sort of color scheme. There were red bedspreads, orange comforters, white rugs, yellow floors, teal walls, and a dark blue curtain. The shower was about 2 feet wide and had to stand up against the corner to ...
... by very nice scenery, many mountains and also pistachio trees and potato fields.
As we toured Delphi, Evan taught us all about the ruins we were looking at including the naval of the world and Apollo, the God of Music.
We had a bit of free time that we used to climb up to the top of the ruins to see the theatre and stadium. Then it was time switch to another bus and another guide, Maria, who would take us ...
mean is that this particular monastery was more spaced out and larger than the
other two we had just seen. Another significant aspect of the church is the
artwork. The detailed murals and mosaics are considerably well-preserved and
there is evidence indicating that they were quite famous throughout the ancient
Then we got on the bus to head to Athens, where we’ll
spend the next three ...