Loosely translated as “a high city” from Greek, there are of course more than one acropolis around. But in Greece, only one is so famous
Evzones. That is the name of the ceremonial soldiers that guards the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier 24 hours a day, every day of the
Lycabettus Hill . . . . Not a name that rolls of the tongue. Even harder to remember. And certainly not as famous as the
Athens Its 4:40am. Someone’s tapping gently on the door to our room in Oia. No one should be awake at this time . . .
Where is it?? We were walking up and the pedestrian path in Oia (pronounced ee-uh) looking for it. We’ve seen it on posters, travel books
(continued from our last post) Look straight ahead. Stare at the horizon. Have some salted peanuts. That last one is a bit dubious but when
We were in spectacular Santorini. Dreamy cool breezes. Clear skies. Glorious sunshine. To top it off, a dreamy sailboat cruise awaited us. What more could
Greek food is something we enjoy. (In fact there’s not much in the food category that we don’t). And there are of course plenty of