Tailor Made Coffee, at Monastiraki

- April 13, 2014

A micro roastery and cocktail bar, Tailor Made treats its drinks like custom fit suits. A popular meeting point in trendy Plateia Agias Eirinis in […]

So Many Greek Cruises, So Little Time

- April 12, 2014

There is a famous tale told by Jean Buridan, a medieval logician and philosopher, about a donkey who starved to death even though he had […]

Europe’s Oldest City: Knossos

- April 11, 2014

Considered Europe’s oldest city, Knossos served as the center of the great Bronze Age Minoan civilization that inhabited the island of Crete since 7000 B.C. […]

Vatoudiaris – The Garden of the Gods

- April 8, 2014

“It is where the goddesses go to bathe,” the man in the Vrysses taverna tells the tourist in response to her question about Vatoudiaris. She […]

“Have it Your Way” at…Lukumades

- April 7, 2014

It’s safe to say that most of us have tried loukoumades – that deep fried, honey-drizzled and cinnamon topped dumpling, crisp on the outside, warm […]

Legend of the 12 Archontopoula

- April 3, 2014

If you are fortunate enough to visit one of the remote mountain villages of Crete, and if you are not fluent in the language, but […]

Kalabaka Town in Trikala

- March 31, 2014

Situated in a green valley in Thessaly’s Trikala area, Kalabaka – also spelled Kalampaka, provides hospitality near one of the planet’s most awe-inspiring natural wonders: […]

Majestic and Mystical Meteora

- March 29, 2014

The natural landscape of Meteora is simply out of this world. A complex of giant rocks climbing to the skies from a luscious green valley […]

Kardamili: An Ancient Love Nest

- March 28, 2014

  I went deep into Mani to Kardamili and my senses were alive.  I smelled the salty sea, thyme-covered mountains, grapes, and currants.  I tasted […]