Category Paros

Europe 2017 – Athens Finito, Part One

September 16-18 As planned, we were up, packed, and making coffee during yet another peaceful and beautiful sunrise on the balcony of our room.  At breakfast at 8:20 we sat outside as we had done during our stay, a delightfully pleasant morning for dining, finally succumbing to the entreating of the wait staff to order […]

Europe 2017 – Paros, Part Three

September 13 – 16 Up at sunrise again, I made coffee out on the balcony and welcomed the beginning of our last day on Paros.  It would be another one of exploration with some hiking thrown in, just the kind we relish.  After another satisfying buffet breakfast experience, we asked Marco how much the dinner […]

Europe 2017 – Paros, Part Two

September 13 – 16 One thing I neglected to mention in the previous post was our first item of business when arriving in Parikia that first full day, that is to book our ferry ride back to Athens on Saturday the 16, two days later.  As we entered the shop I thought I caught a […]

Europe 2017 – Paros, Part One

September 13 – 16 The two-hour ferry ride from Naxos (12.40 euros for the two of us) went quickly as we crossed the gulf between the two islands and rounded the northern tip of Paros. After landing in Parikia (the capital of Paros) and locating our luggage, we walked off the boat and were greeted […]

Europe 1979 – The Adventure Continues

I returned briefly to Los Angeles in late 1977 and would then join Doug Hoggatt for nine months in Hemet (a time truly to be remembered), then six months living in the Sierra Nevada gold rush country (Murphy’s and Angels Camp) working for the State of California harvesting pine cones with Norm Benson, a gig […]