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... in our own bed and snuggle the puppies :). Don is excited to time travel and fly backward in time zones to fly halfway around the world and get home a few hours later that same day lol ;) Thanks to everyone who followed along with the blog. I hope you enjoyed it!! Also a HUGE thank you to Stacey and Barry who watched our furrbabies and housesat for us. We really appreciate it and I am sure the puppies have been properly spoiled by their auntie and uncle ;) ...
... who has a sweet tooth the taste was great. For me it was a bit sweeter than average but again, in general I am after light versions of sweet delicacies myself.
Desserts rank from €7.00 with the Ice cream, the Lemon pie and Cheese cake at €8.00, the Chocolate Cake with Ice cream of your choice is at €10.00 and finally, Oreo & Cookies pastry with grated biscuit at €11.00.
SIGHT-SEEING: Athens is a city which ...
... since I could not only find everything I needed, plus nespresso coffee, pies, ample of fruit and fresh fruit juice. It was so serene and quiet on this floor that I would not miss it for anything.
BYZANTINO: I have had mostly business lunches out here in the past but just dropped by for a few photos this time. It continues to be popular for decades due to the fact that it maintains its high quality and excellent service. The restaurant is considered the ...
... gate. It turns out our dodge little neighbourhood was perfectly placed in a great location to all the major things we wanted to see. So success.
We arrived and continued to slowly walk up the hill taking in the views over this huge, massive city. We had been forewarned about the tourists clogging the place but we were out of the high season now so it really wasn’t THAT bad. Still lots of people, but space to move as long as you weren't caught up in ...
... is Hadrian's Arch which was gifted to him by the city for all his patronage to rebuild the city (including completing the Temple of Zeus). Very telling though were the inscriptions on each side of the arch. On one side it advises that Athens that way was of Greek origin but on the other side it was saying that this side was Roman - very much
stamping his authority on things.
It was mid afternoon before we finished there and found a cafe for ...