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Ivy on Ιουνίου 9th, 2011
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The summer is here for good and we’ve been having high temperatures.  The financial situation, the politics and the corruption of all Greek Governments in the last decades were catastrophic and we had no idea about it.  Suddenly those imbeciles, who have been stealing the people and who have been eating with golden spoons have […]

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Continue reading about A trip to Parnonas and Olive Oil Beetroot and Chocolate Karydopita

Ivy on Μαρτίου 24th, 2011
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In Part I, of my post regarding Nafplion, you can read about the history which lead to making Nafplion the first capital of Greece and a tour from one side of the port to the other, which ends at the Promenade and a reference to Acnonafplia, with lots of pictures of the port and  Bourtzi. […]

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Continue reading about Nafplion – Part II: Touring the old city

Ivy on Μαρτίου 23rd, 2011
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Nafplion is one of my favourite towns in Greece.  I fell in love with this town the very first time I visited it many, many years ago.   Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter, I have visited it during all seasons and each season is equally attractive and beautiful. This post is long due but rather late than, […]

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Continue reading about Nafplion – Part I: The first Capital of Greece

Ivy on Μαρτίου 25th, 2008
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The name of this dish is named after Mount Athos, which in Greek is Aghion Oros.I don’t know if the monks in Agion Oros prepare this dish but it is a very good mezes. Before going to Thessaloniki I asked Peter “The Macedonian Kalofagas” if he knew any good restaurants we could visit and he […]

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