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... and headed west from Athens, making our way towards the port for sailing to Italy. We used the motorway as it is quicker, but it is expensive, the toll booths seem to be too close together for the money we paid. Also we think that we are paying to have the road built, for at least 50 miles we drove on single carriageways whilst they are still building the rest of the road around it. As we headed west the ...
... She talked me into buying some local delicatessen. I liked a chocolate bar a lot. Yummi stuff. Ok, it was about time to let my legs recover and get some decent sleep. The next morning I was to explore one of the most outstanding monasteries that have ever existed in Europe.
Meteora is an iconic place in this part Balkans. It is a pride of Greek nature. Set high on the sandstone cliffs, the Greek Orthodox monasteries of ...
... out breakfast so far - just so many things to choose from but we had muesli and TOAST (haven't seen a toaster for weeks and was craving this instead of bread rolls and croissants, danishes etc). On the bus to do a castle tour with guide and followed this with a carriage ride around the grounds of the castle (the gardens are the same area as the whole of Monaco in size). Then we went on the city bus tour with guide and once again a ...
... about 1500 B.C. during an eruption of the volcano. Anyway, the exhibition was a display of the broken wall paintings that have been painstakingly pieced together. Dad, I think this goes beyond even my love of puzzles. The patience required must be phenomenal. I thought it was all very fascinating and if I had another day would probably have visited the site; alas we fly out ...
... is Risen!) Fireworks are set off, in some areas gunshots are fired and then each person in the crowd answers with the joyous responses of (Alithos Anesti - Truly He is risen).
Greek Easter - A Time for the Family
The people leave the churches and make their ways to their homes. The candles they carry are placed in each home and burn through the night to symbolize the Light returned to the world.
Celebrations continue with ...