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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... s sound system which was awesome – this is how all flights should go in my opinion.
We arrived at the airport in Athens and when we went to the desk to rent a car Evelyn was wearing her Bayern Munich football jersey. After figuring out what type of car we wanted, the desk clerk said "enjoy the game", to which we were completely confused. He then told us that Bayern Munich (Germany’s best team) was playing Olympiakos (Greece’s best team) in a ...
... of the guard process. Not quite the changing of the guards at Buckingham Palace but then again what is. All in all though it was quite impressive. Afterward, we went to the "La Plaka" area of Athens which is the main tourist type shopping area for a while. Jordan dropped us off and picked us up half an hour later. Nate got his requisite key chains while Beth bought a very pretty Greek dress.
Next on the agenda was a drive to Cape Sounion, ...
... I went to the hotel and just watched Tv for awhile until I got hungry again. I went to go eat lunch at Liondi Traditional Greek Restaurant (very good restaurant by the way). The service there wasn't that good but that didn't matter cause the food was to die for!!!! When I finished eating , I went to the hotel and I just watched tv until it was getting darker. I was't sleepy so I just watched tv and ate some snacks for awhile until finally I got tired and fell ...
... selection, gigantic breads and doughnuts, we bought cookies.
Bus to group lunch at (see photo) of fresh caught trout, salad, ginger cake. Walked village.
From the end of the line, our bus took us to our destination high up in the Menalon Mountains, where we enjoyed dinner of chicken, potatoes, greek salad, cheese pie, powdered sugar cookie, (S) had red wine (all from a wood-fired oven). ...
... dog, and another. After only 3 minutes of walking down the street we had accumulated a pack of seven dogs. Yes seven, all of which were nice and were just happy to walk with us. No begging or barking, just walking, as if they wanted to hear all of the interesting facts about the city too. And does our Professor know some stuff. He can point to what would seem any feature of the city and talk for over 5 minutes just about one stone! I enjoy his quirkiness though. ...