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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and has many monks. The Argeroploses, however, hadn't seen the monks before as they are not usually walking around the monastery. Somehow, when we walked in, the monks all gathered in the main church for the 6pm service. It was very interesting and Mom ended up staying for a while. This monastery was burned by the Ottomans as they were conquering Greece and also by the Nazis during World War Two. In one of the smaller ...
We woke up so late today because we where so tired. The place we are staying is called Agiera. From our house you can see the beach it is very nice. All the shops are closed here on Sunday. Only the cafes and restaurants are open. We just relaxed and took a walk at the ...
... are, or how we look or dress, or what we do, family heritage, nationality/ethnicity, etc.) but in the ability to simply enjoy life as a gift we have been given and to meditate upon that fact rather than the seemingly meaningless existence we have on this earth.
So this is the best thing for anyone to do. You should eat all that you need. You should drink as much as you need. You should work hard until it satisfies you. That is how ...
The next day in Navplion (or Nafplion - I've seen it both ways), we went to breakfast and briefly saw the boys. We thought that they may come join us to eat, but when they didn't, we just went ahead to the port. That day, we had to take tender boats ashore. As we got on the boat, I said to Michelle – "I think they were going to call us at 9." We totally forgot. We went ahead anyhow. There, we walked around a long path that took us to a beautiful beach with several large Greek ...
... of Christ comes from Corinth. His exposition on spiritual gifting is derived here. He also has several relational meltdowns with the Corinthians, providing some of his sharpest scriptural language in sheer frustration. His Corinthian correspondence stands as a didactic masterpiece of Christian discipleship on a variety of matters constituative to Christian faith. Take a moment to read it before proceeding to the next entry. I'll taxi up to the Acrocorinth and meet you there!