Rosy's Little Village
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRosy's Little Village Agistri
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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Cheap Flyglobespan flight and accommodation picked somewhat randomly from the web led to this solo trip, slightly following the Aegina trip from before.
When visited briefly as part of a boat excursion during the Aegina trip Agistri didn’t seem to offer much of interest. However once again an almost random internet selection came up …
... with heaps of marble, beautiful carvings, towering reconstructed facades and arches and an enormous stadium. Awe inspiring when you consider the age of the place. Wonderful to have a context for Paul's Letter to the Ephesians. Next stop a Turkish Carpet training centre - the art of traditional carpet weaving the guide tells us is a dying craft in Turkey, so the govt has funded this centre to train ...
... looking up. We had our own bathroom and bedroom so we got a great rest. In the morning, things weren't quite as scary. We wandered around trying to see what was around us. We tried some local cuisine and had kebabs which is like a lamb sausage and falafel. They were both served on soft grilled pita bread with a mustard based sauce, sliced tomatoes, lettuce, seasoning, the meat, and French fries! They serve everything this way even gross but they use ...
... by afterward. We rightfully toasted our complied meal with raki, a Turkish spirit similar to ouzo, “Gia Sou!!”
Dorina that had us visit a spice shop that sold assorted fragrant teas, and we ended our tour at Bougatsadiko, a traditional pie shop that had only recently opened in Athens. There we sampled a dangerously delicious custard-filled bougatsa, that at least had the benefit of preventing me from eating ...
... came around which we went out for again to another restaurant which had amazing views! This morning we again took it slowly had breakfast and a few last photos. Made our way down to the port and caught the ferry to Athens. The ferry was a high speed ferry so instead of taking nine hours, it only took five. I didn't realize but I had actually booked the tickets for business class which was a nice surprise! The seats were a lot more comfortable and spacious than what all ...