O Xenonas Ton Mylon (The Myloi Inn)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... about countries as if I knew everything about them, knew how they were, and I actually believed that. But maybe I was wrong a lot of the time?
-----I also felt worried to face a new life without my passion.
-----Two days before my parents had come to meet me in Malta, I’d been hanging out with an English guy named Cos. I told him how traveling and writing always made me happy but, when I wasn’t doing those things, my happiness ...
... After a call to the Medical Centre, they send a wheelchair to collect me.
Our unlucky room porter has this job. he would be lucky to weigh 60kgs.
I get sorted out with some steri-strips and bandage overkill and return to the room, where we notice that in addition the the carpet, there is blood on the outside decking and even the curtains. The appears to be no end to my bleeding talents.
Plenty of time left to get ready for tea and go to a show. Another great day.
... and cuts into the hillside with a doorway three-stories tall. You then enter into a large dome, the largest of its time and for more than 1,200 years until the Romans built the Pantheon.
We then hiked to the hilltop to Acropolis of Mycenae.
We passed the grave circle that included the tombs of Clytaemnestra, a relative of Agamemnon, and his rival Aegisthus, before entering the Lion Gate.
The main, monumental entrance to the ...
... This required further expense in building retaining walls along the water's edge for somewhat more than half of the length of the canal, utilising some 165,000 cubic metres of masonry. Between 1893 and 1940, it was closed for a total of four years for maintenance and to stabilise the walls. In 1923 alone, 41,000 cubic metres of material fell into the canal, which took two years to clear out. Serious damage was caused to the canal during the Second World War, when it was the scene ...
... hotels" and "graffiti art"; after swimming and violating chronology in the narrative I explored what must have been a pretty nice sea side hotel/restaurant before the recession but was now a waste receptacle and nifty playground. In case you didn't know this, Greece has been really rocked by the economic crisis, and there's evidence of it everywhere. We arrived in time to go swimming in what I think was the Aegean Sea but what ...