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... last stop at the Plaka was a bakery where we purchased two different kinds of baklava. The original honey soaked variety, as well as a pistachio flavoured option. We actually preferred the pistachio version as it wasn't nearly as sweet, but just as delicious.
We had one more stop in Athens before our tour concluded. The New Acropolis Museum, along with narration by Anna provided us with a much deeper insight into the rich history of Greece. Inside this museum is ...
... reverse' ( he had started it from the other popular Syntagma square)....I headed out .. and it was very thorough for all the marvellous sights this city offers: Ancient Agora, Acropolis, Parthenon,Cathedrals,Temple of Zeus in the National Garden,museums, markets...the many shops,neo-classical buildings,tiny churches in the Plaka Quarter etc,etc. the sights were non-stop...and winding throughout were the sidewalk cafes/coffee/pastry ...
... scoop of white ‘snow’ or liquid pea spheres every day anyway!
It could easily be called ‘modern or avant-garde cuisine’.
AWARDS: Very recently, two more Michelin stars have been added to the previous for the restaurant’s immeasurable thought, creativity and above all the taste which matches the playfulness.
LOCATION: The restaurant is located in a remodeled house on a pedestrian ...
... Karl was almost a complete failure but the judges (the HAL orchestra) gave him the higher score, so he "won" the honor of staying onstage and becoming Jonathan's assistant complete with a blue sequin jacket. All told, Karl was probably onstage for 15 to 20 minutes -- and did everything from holding a carrot in his mouth to supporting Jonathan while he moved around the stage on his unicycle. While it was really funny, it was pretty physical and I was a ...
... breakfast and coffee and watched as we motored past boats and small islands. Eventually we stopped at four beautiful little islands before Santorini. Reaching Santorini we docked and looked up at the big island, grey and red and so obviously volcanic in origin. We got a bus to our hotel, which is on the black sand beach. The bus chugged up the steep winding hilly road and we got a look at the grey dusty flats, topped by white cliff tops made of clay and pumice, bird ...