Petit Village Hotel
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... of different budgets. All rooms are air conditioned, equipped with a small fridge and TV sets. Make sure which room fits your demands and budget and book accordingly. Mind you, there are special offers and unbelievable packages so if you come across such don’t hesitate to call and book. It is advisable however to make a deposit even if you are a repeater or if you know the person behind the booking well, only to avoid unpleasant misunderstandings upon arrival.
... of 20 columns on each long side and three rows of 8 columns at each short end. It was first started in 500 BC, and after many stops and starts was finally finished in 132 BC with statues of Zeus and Emperor Hadrian inside when inaugurated. Our tour group is rounded up for the obligatory tour photo in front of the ruins with the Athens Acropolis in the background. The local stray cat wanders by and every time someone points a camera at it it walks over and starts meowing loudly. ...
... which was shot after we spent about 45 minutes there before thinking we should leave. It was cute to look at and I don't regret it! I only wish we had come there before San Gimangnano so we could've had dinner there. But no matter :) We went home and finished up some pasta and chilled out.
On Tuesday we got up early and jumped into the car at 8am. We drove north with the destination of Cinque Terre in mind. I really wanted to stop in Pisa on the way, just so we could get ...
... is everywhere! That was the first thing I noticed. Everything is tagged. The trains are all painted in graffiti and several windows were shattered but still intact. All the historical places that can't be locked up have been tagged. Parts of Athens could pass for some less desirable places in NY or Chicago. And the constant guerrilla marketing is wearing on me. While eating lunch today, three separate walking vendors approached our table while we were eating to try to ...
... that contains statues that were thousands of years old. Some of the statues are of athletes, soldiers, or upper class people, while other statues are of the Greek gods. Some of the gods depicted in the statues are Dionysus, who was sitting upon his throne. Another is of Poseidon. Most importantly, there are multiple statues of the city's patron goddess, Athena. Athena is depicted as being tall and semi masculine. She was holding a shield with snakes engraved on it. ...
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