- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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"Yeah, we'll make them work, but in their free time from work we'll create a life for them like a child's game, with children's songs and choirs, with innocent dances. Sure, we'll let them sin, they're weak and powerless, and they'll love us like children because we let them sin." - a Dostoyevsky character, representing one of the powerful leaders of the Church *
"Why is the poor mother standing there, why the poor people, why the ...
... then we walked some more into the new city and then by 12we were back at the hotel, and organised checkout. Now to watt for car. Orna and Ronnie came down and we waited, and skyped Sim & Maxx. then 12.50 driver came, can I say how wonderful this Athens trip that we booked thru Scoopon was fantastic. So smooth and efficient best deal. Driver took us to the airport, we checked in and walked around airport for awhile and then thru passport ...
... see three huge pressure cooker. We ordered a dish of beef tomato stew and a lamb leg w/ zucchini stew. Both stews were super tender and flavourful. I particularly liked the zucchini in the stew. Really really good. For the afternoon, we visited the national archeological museum. It's a rather old museum but the exhibits were top notch. For dinner, we went to Efxaris. It's another highly rated restaurant on tripadvisor. They have menus in many languages, but I can't blame ...
Athens. The ferry ride was long and tedious. Jed had a lie down behind the seats on the floor...I envy the fact he can fall asleep almost anywhere, almost instantly! Like I'm writing this now and he's fast asleep! I find it hard enough to sleep in a bed let alone 4 hours on the floor of a ferry! Yasher watched what I assume was Game of Thrones and Brett had picked up my Agatha Christie, 'Murder on the Orient Express' book and begun reading it a couple ...
... a bus tour of Athens and an evening
at the Taverna ( Greek food and dancing). Athens is a historic city, but currently it
is in much disarray. As we learned in class, just this week were Grecian
elections, with a radical party gaining many seats in office. There was
political (and soccer-World Cup is coming lol) graffiti all over the city, with
much animosity towards Germany- which essentially owns Greece financially. Athens ...