—our travelers avoid donkeys and trudge a stairway to heaven
Day Seven—home at last, oh no, my mistake…
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mykonos )is very much like southern California, except with less water. The island is said to have some of the best beaches in the Mediterranean and the town caters to the wealthy and famous, so shops and restaurants are fabulous (we have so many
We toured the island and visited the monastery at Ano Mera, ending up back in town where we checked out the picturesque windmills and Venice section of town where pirate boats could pull up under balconies to offload. We ate at a seaside restaurant and strolled more byzantine labyrinths. Thankfully, the merchants in Greece are less likely to grab your arm and haul you inside. The window displays of jewelry and designer clothes and fabrics sell themselves. I’m willing to stay but figure I can only afford it if I wash floors.
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