Radisson Blu Park Hotel Athens
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... funky music and bizarre drinks and then headed back. Because Paros is more chilled (less party party) we made the most of each day and I really felt like a local after our three days there. We would walk past shops at the port and locals would wave at us yelling "Aussies!" (We sat down once for half an hour and watched locals play tavli while they smoked cigars and made jokes and showed off. One guy even rolled the dice and ...
... simply felt like a typical run-down section of any large urban area, it contrasted sharply to our carefree Island Time. But the hotel was more than decent if not as charmingly warm as our lodgings in the Aegean paradise. We walked up to the rooftop. The bar was not yet operative, as the hotel was in the finishing stages of a complete do-over, which also, in addition to the location, explains its low cost, at least for central Athens, of €76. There we ...
... 1000 meter sprint we took in a few national libraries/museums from the bus and decided to eat. We ate in a small cathedral village area (for Regina readers) and had a great souvlaki each. We are off to go grab a quick bite a few blocks away at a 24 hour crepe and eatery. Then back to home base for planning tomorrow! Pros of the day: Ancient Athens Greek food Pastries and sweets Jess Hop on hop off bus Weather Cons: Crocs - you should have seen that that ...
The previous twenty-five quotes did a good job of supporting some of my philosophies.
-----Yet my greatest philosophy, that of the "Romantic Revolution", needed some support as well.
-----The following twenty-five quotes - two of which I'd translated from their original Spanish * - supported the main principles of the "Romantic Revolution":
-----1. Care about all human beings as you care for yourself.
-----2. Practice celibacy.
-----3. Practice ...
... quotes said so many years ago but just as apt today:-
- Beware the barrenness of a busy life. Socrates