Hotel Queen Olga
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... see the museum, since when I was at Pella in 2008 I only saw the site briefly and the old museum only had a few rooms open because the new museum was still under construction. It opened in 2009, and it was definitely worth the wait! The building is very modern (which is actually a really strange contrast with the rest of the town), and the layout and design of the exhibits was clearly carefully thought out. There are so many interesting things to see, too, some of which I ...
... the squares where there are lots of cafés and the market area.
We loved the old hotel where we were staying and the restoration work that Vassillis, the owner was doing in the building. The dining room was so tastefully decorated. The ceiling in the bedroom was covered in original friezes. His grandfather had bought the hotel in 1923.
... He was assassinated by one of his body guards. His grave which was in the traditional style was under a tumulus, i.e. a mound 12 meters high and 20 meters long. Digging down, Andronicus came first to the other things that were cremated with Philip and then to the tomb itself. It was unopened so all of the gold and treasures were present. Philip's bones were in a gold box called a Lamax that weighed about 7 pounds of 24 karat gold. On the skull was ...
... distinguish who my classmates were.
I know I'm kind of all over the place on this one, but my organization has been off since I haven't been required to be organized. But when I was first walking around the neighborhood, I was surprised at how many costume shops there were even within a few blocks from my apartment building. It didn't make much sense at first, but after seeing the mass amounts of people all dressed up, I realized just how seriously ...
... because the people and businesses of Greece did not pay their tax. They did not pay their tax because they didn't really have to and it was based on more of an honesty system, and because they did not pay their tax, government revenue became limited and the money inevitably ran out. Normally, at this serious stage, most nations would ask the people and businesses to pay tax, but no, instead Greece turned to the European banks for a bit of a helping hand and after ...