Archives for June 2016

Practical tips for visiting the Acropolis

An acropolis is as settlement or citadel, where in Greek akron means “highest point, extremity” and polis means “city”. In Greece, there are more than one Acropolis, but whenever the name is mentioned, there is only one that can be, the Acropolis of Athens. This sacred site is nothing less than the most visited attraction […]

Monday Escapes #37

After spending the entire weekend in bed, sick, well, I still am unfortunately, I am happy to bring some travel inspiration to you with Monday Escapes #37. This week the link up will be over at My Travel Monkey. If you are new and have no idea how a link up works, don’t be afraid […]

10 romantic two-week European Itineraries

I love making up itineraries around Europe, this continent offers so many incredible options, especially if it involves romance. Whether you are traveling by train, bus, plane or road tripping, there are so many ideas that it won’t be easy to pick one. A few months ago I shared with you 10 one-week romantic European […]

Nesaea: Greek gourmet food in Mykonos

Tucked away from the touristy center city and near one of my favorite beaches on Mykonos, Kalafati beach, the newly opened Nesaea is set to be the island’s new sensation for the gourmet food lovers. The restaurant, elegant and nautical themed, focuses on bringing ingredients from the Greek islands to the table, mixing and combining tastes […]

Mykonos for first-timers

It’s hard to tell looking at how popular this Greek island has become in the past years, but in the 1950’s Mykonos was a simple finishing island. Back then, probably no one would have guessed that the place was going to become the most popular island in the country for luxury, parties and extravagance. Mykonos […]

Monday Escapes #36

After a Monday Escapes #35 filled with great posts and also new people (welcome 🙂 ), before we begin linking once again (this week is over here on Packing my Suitcase), Ting and I would like to remind everyone to include the badges and that only one post per person is accepted. Apart from that, […]

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