Tag Archives: Greece
Today is Easter Sunday in the Orthodox calendar. A day of celebration for Greeks, Russians, Bulgarians, Romanians, Serbs, Georgians, Armenians, Latvians, Estonians, Ukrainians, Belorussians and a host of others. Here are a few Orthodox cathedrals & churches that I have visited over the years. Χριστός ἀνέστη!
Today’s photo comes from my March 2019 visit to the Greek town of Halkiva. We took the train from Athens on a beautiful spring day – just the kind of memory to help beat the Monday morning blues……
“A postponed journey means a very special future opportunity.” So say I after having to cancel two booked trips last January, which have now been re-scheduled for early 2020. More of those later, what about the trips actually undertaken in 2019? Athens A late February stay in our central Athens apartment so we could visit […]
For anybody returning to work today who may be experiencing the Monday morning blues, it’s time to think of summer holidays and exciting travels that lay ahead. My weekly photo to help turn thoughts away from the mundane comes from the traditional small Greek island of Skyros. Join us over on twitter @wilburstravels
The need for speed has seen Europe investing for many years now in ultra-modern rail networks with state-of-the-art trains running on them. The likes of the TGVs (Train à Grande Vitesse) of France, ICE (Intercity Express) trains of Germany, Austria, Switzerland etc. and Spain’s AVEs (Alta Velocidad Española). The UK is also now catching up […]
My Monday picture chosen to beat those start of week blues comes from my 2017 visit to Xania in Crete.