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September 2010
Posted on September 19th, 2010 by paularath

We love to travel in either May or September, wherever we are going. There are fewer crowds of visitors, the weather is usually ideal, either the flowers are blooming or the harvest is being brought in. We love Greece in September. We have heard that Paros is busy in July and August, with crowds of
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Posted on September 19th, 2010 by paularath

The lovely home we are staying in on Paros is known throughout the neighborhood as “The Hawaiian’s House.” Obviously the owners are very popular, as everyone becomes exceeding) friendly when they hear of where we are staying. This is also an incredibly cat-friendly place, as it is home to about (and I do mean about
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Posted on September 17th, 2010 by paularath

We have settled into a lovely, luxurious “schedule” on Paros. We arise for the sunrise, take a long walk, usually around the little roadways and down to the beach, then back home for breakfast of the best yogurt ever with honey we bought in the mountains near Meteora – directly from the beekeeper. We go
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Posted on September 17th, 2010 by paularath

While most visitors to the Greek mainland have heard about – and visit – Delphi and Olympia – Meteora is a bit more off the beaten path. We did encounter some folks from cruise ships but we also were able to have a few quiet moments to ourselves in the spectacular setting of the monasteries
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Posted on September 15th, 2010 by paularath

After a few exciting and hyperactive days in Athens, we are now settled into a glorious house on the island of Paros. Since we are no longer jamming up our days and nights, I hope to blog more about this incredible trip. We stayed in a hotel in Athens that was literally just steps from
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