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... many cafes lining the harbour until it was time to move on. Back on board a buffet lunch was served then we stopped at Poros for just 45 minutes, plenty of time to wander up & down the harbour front past more shops & cafes. Last stop was Aegina where we took a tour up into the hills to a very well-preserved temple site & impressive cathedral - had a great guide who was most informative.
... 22nd. After a long Saturday of competitive debate at a local school with our Forensics team, the fellows and I decided to hop on a ferry the next day to attend the Festival Fistiki on the island of Aegina. Here, we perused the main street of the island, right along the water, visiting fair booths full of baclava, paintings of the harbor, and, of course, PISTACHIOS (fistiki)! I also ...
... 160 guestrooms of which only the foundations remain.
Asclepius, the most important healer god of antiquity, brought prosperity to the sanctuary, which in the 4th and 3rd centuries BC embarked on an ambitious building program for enlarging and reconstruction of monumental buildings. Fame and prosperity continued throughout the Hellenistic period. In 87 BC the sanctuary was looted by the Roman general Sulla, and in 67 BC, it was plundered by pirates. In the 2nd century AD, ...
... a leisurely walk with her. Did I tell you that the house in on top of a hill? A really, big, steep hill? It was the middle of the day when we got here so the sun was high in the sky and there wasn’t a lot of shade on the walk up. We stopped at a local market and picked up the necessities….you know….water, beer and Coca Cola Light. Sue’s son Jason (he is 13 years old) took us up the rest of the way as Sue had to go back to the port to meet a boat that ...
... of time to explore the harbour and take photos. The Hydrofoil arrived at the expected time and we boarded and stowed our gear in the luggage section quickly. Colin had given us information on the quickest way to board (the Hydrofoil crews like to have a short turn-around time). He had tied blue ribbons to all the luggage from our group so the bags would be easily identifiable. The trip to Hydra only took about half an hour and on arrival we collected our bags ...