Rosy's Little Village
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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This little complex is truly more a village than a hotel.
Family run with a lovely personal touch this place is a real gem
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All aboard the yacht week express, also known as Medsailors Greek Sailing Week
Today I begin a week long sailing your around 6 of the Greek Islands. I arrived into Athens late last night and enjoyed a wonderful meal of Greek salad (which are enormous portions here) and calamari under the Acropolis. After frantically running around Athens this morning, fixing up life before the Internet becomes non-existent for a week, I arrived at the pier for check-in.
... sense of the enormity of the structure, and the stage is still gorgeous, even after all these centuries. Even though the stage was roped off, there was a a large portion of the house that was open to wander through, so I did just that. I walked up and sat on a bench in the third row of the Theatre of Dionysus (house left). Then I went and sat in the seventh row (house center). And then I went and sat in the 9th row of the Theatre of Dionysus (house right). And I marveled at ...
... other lovely folks on board as well with everyone looking out for each other. They are all going their separate ways today to all corners of the world. Safe and happy travels everyone.
Meanwhile..... back in Athens! The Best of Greece contingent set out for a walking tour this morning just after eight. The Acropolis museum is 5 minutes away and the Acropolis itself is visible from the hotel and an easy walk to view, climb ...
Today the ship was docking into Athens (Greece) where the Acropolis ruins is located. Once we got off the ship ourselves we got on a hop-on-hop-off bus that took us straight to the Acropolis. It was going to be 35 degrees today and it definitely felt like it. We even bought these Asian style umbrellas to keep the sun of our face. Mine was pink and it actually did help keep me cool. When we got to the Acropolis ...
... dinner at the hotel and had an early night. Next morning, we explored the massive Acropolis including the Partheon at the top of the hill - and surrounding area. The size (and age) of this incredible site needs to be seen to be believed. Again, more amazing amazing sights! The area near the hotel, by day, is still quite manic and dirty but does have charm. As it is on the doorstep of the Acropolis there are many cafés ...