- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... end of Eumenides, which was where it took place). I went to main square after this and split a gyro with Cas, at super popular place gyro place, as a snack before dinner. I maneuvered my way through the city and made it back to the hotel in time for mass. For dinner that night, we had gyros with tzaziki sauce!
Tuesday, I woke up for early morning mass at 7am, and then had breakfast at the hotel, which was elaborate with bacon and sausage, and tons ...
... fine silver figures and carved ivory, these items would have been offerings and gifts to the temple of Apollo. The next few rooms had the remains of fine sculptured figures, some fine small bronze figures with lovely detail. Another room has the tall Acanthus Column of dancers and next to is the omphalos, a sculptured cone that one stood at what was considered the centre of the earth, (the meeting point of two eagles dispatched ...
Today was another long day of travel. We were up and on the road by 8:30, headed for Delphi. On the way we stopped at Thermopylae where some people recited historical speeches. Before long we were back on the road. We got to the quaint mountain town of Delphi and went straight to lunch at Restaurant Dion. Gosh I love Greek food. The bread isn't stale, the salad is incredible (it’s just fresh vegetables with feta cheese), and they eat ...
... hotel and dining spots in the town of Delphi had unbelievable views over the Gulf to mountains in the Peloponnese, along with pleasant evening breezes. On a stroll to the Greek church, amidst a sea of icons and saintly portraits, we encountered two priests reciting evening chants that may well have been rooted in the Byzantine era. A fitting prelude to our visit to the ancient monasteries of ...
It started raining as soon as I left the mayor's office. I kind of just kept my head down and rode all day. My map doesn't show many camping options in between Iroquois and Fletcher, so I'm in for the long haul. I was getting close to the camp spot when I saw spray paint writing on the asphalt. Bikers...free...water....1.5 mi. It continued to direct me and tell me more. ...