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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.
Slept in until after 8am, then reviewed a few emails. Had breakfast upstairs, this time with the windows closed. It was raining outside, and people were carrying umbrellas. By the time we finished brekkies and email, the rain had stopped, so we ventured out onto the wet pavement.
Our day began with a visit to Hadrian's Library. With few ruins beyond the foundations of the buildings, it is not much to look at, but we did really like the ...
... city looked like the sketchy part of a town. To be blunt, it was kind of gross. It is almost like they had put so much money into restoring the ancient ruins that they forgot to maintain everything else.
Before going to our accommodation, we were taken on a drive tour of the city. Our first stop was the famous Acropolis. While we didn't actually go up to the ruins, we did walk to the base of the hill while Katy told us about ...
... at a supermarket to buy some water.
I went to the museum this morning after a little travel planning. The museum was full of to bursting with statues, ceramic- pots, statues, bronze, gold and a section on Egypt. Fairly exhausted after doing the two massive floors worth! The ate oranges on the park bench out front and fed the pigeons my day old bread (05/05/2013)
I had a quick look round roman agora, as she ...
... try the hand-made “skioufikta zymarika” –sauce from grilled domatini and dry cheese. Cost 9.50
I seldom like pasta but I loved these!!
DESSERT: The list of desserts included 5, but we really wanted to taste something really special and unusual for us.
The owner suggested that we try the restaurant’s cheese cake and ‘loukoumades’ which are accompanied with ice cream. ...
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