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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... me. This was because I believed men went bald due to a lack of exposure to outside weather conditions. If a man's head never saw the sun, his body assumed he no longer needed hair to protect him. Either that, or he went bald because he'd had too many orgasms and therefore his body assumed he no longer needed hair to attract a mating partner.
-----I tried to spend a lot of time outside, which seemed like a healthy and natural thing for a human being to ...
We managed to get from Dhermi to Sarandë for our final few days in Albania with our A team, Mike and Ashley, all squished in a mini bus that arrived an hour late and proceeded to take a ten minute break 100m down the road from where we were picked up. This was pretty efficient for Albanian standards! We were a bit disappointed by Sarandë itself in that we had been promised a party version of Dhermi (which had been ...
... Herodes Atticus - another theater, Temple of Athena Nike, and then through the Propylaea to the Parthenon, Temple of Poseidon, Erechtheion, and Porch of the Caryatids). I then walked over and climbed Areopagus Hill (a big rock hill where they held trials for different crimes), and then walked down into ancient Agora. Lunch was a delicious gyro in Monastiraki. I then walked north into a market area where all sorts of spice stores ...
... proximity to the Acropolis and its many archaeological sites. After lunch we were given tine to explore on out own. Around every corner there seems to be more ruins of some temple or ancient building. Many just in open lots. I guess when you have so many important ones the smaller ones are left alone. The tiny stores offer all sorts souvenirs and object of interest.
Dinner was on our own and we ended up at a non-touristy neighborhood restaurant and had a delicious ...
... much info to absorb but our guide, who was very knowledgeable, was determined to tell all!There were crowds of people as we ventured past the Parthenon, the Temple of Athena but we were able to marvel as how well preserved this site had been considering it was built in 437-432 BC !Restoration has been taking place for some years and will continue for many more years to complete.We made our way back down the paths and steps, had a short refreshment stop before ...