Theoxenia Palace Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... the giants and the amazons. In the peaks of the Parthenon at the east was the birth of Athena; born of zeus head. At the west depicted the contest between Athena and Poseidon to become the patron deity of Athens. The Parthenon wasn't considered to be sacred but the Erechtheion on the Acropolis, next to the Parthenon was sacred. Built between 426-406BC was a temple to Athena and Poseidon. At this spot the ancient Greeks believe is where ...
... 24/7 and they have about a years warning to any activity that may occur. Nothing is happening in the foreseeable future. It was interesting seeing Fira, the main town on Santorini from a different angle. It was also very got on the volcano since all the rock is volcanic rock, so it is black and absorbs all the heat. So back to my first night in Santorini, after the drink we went for dinner at a restaurant that had an equally amazing view! I had a lamb shank which ...
... temple long, long time ago and it is one of the very few structures still standing from the era of Greek mythology. The Agora is the area around the Acropolis that we went to next. Much of this area is in ruins and it was hard for me to picture and understand. We found out from the pamphlets, the Agora was a large area that included temples, amphitheater, religion gatherings, recreation - in the past the Agora was the heart of it all for the Greeks. One of ...
Today we departed Rome to drive to Italy's east coast, taking in the gorgeous scenery on the way. Once we arrived we boarded a ferry bound for Greece! The journey took 20hrs - overnight. I've never been on a boat that size, nor for that long and I was slightly worried it was going to be rough and i would get sea sick. I was very surprised at how smooth it was! I could barely tell we were on a boat, at some points I actually forgot. There was plenty to ...
Yesterday (Saturday) we walked down the block to the Kerameikos. We were able to walk down the path of the Sacred Way in which Athenians would travel from to the city in it's antiquity. There were various stele, or gravemarkers. We were also fascinated by all the wildlife at the Kerameikos. We saw a very long and visible trail of ants throughout the entire site, several frogs, and many turtles. I got yelled at by the site workers for picking up a frog. The ...