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Introducing Pelion – An Island Alternative in Mama Mia’s Greece

When watching Mama Mia, I dreamed of the island paradise where Meryl Streep and Amanda Syfried ran their crumbling hotel. "Where is this?" I asked myself. I had been to Crete and Santorini. I had seen pictures of Mykonos and Zante, but I had no idea...
by theplanetd on Apr 27, 2016

Introducing Pelion – Mama Mia’s Greece and an Island Alternative

When watching Mama Mia, I dreamed of the island paradise where Meryl Streep and Amanda Syfried ran their crumbling hotel. "Where is this?" I asked myself. I had been to Crete and Santorini. I had seen pictures of Mykonos and Zante, but I had no idea...
by theplanetd on Apr 27, 2016

Greece Golf Courses

Golf is a sport that in recent years has developed rapidly in Greece and is continuing to acquire more and more fans. Today there are seven international standard golf courses (18-hole) throughout the country, situated in Athens (Glyfada), on Corfu,...
by The true greek life on Apr 26, 2016

10 Most Popular Attractions in Corfu

In the heart of the Adriatic Sea is Corfu, one of the Ionian Islands. The Greek island of Corfu, also known as Kerkyra, has been under the control of many different cultures and nations, giving it a cultured and fascinating history. Corfu Town is the...
by Touropia on Apr 26, 2016

Landlords are hit with tax hikes

Property owners are bracing for an increased tax burden as of this year, as the rates for incomes from rentals are to rise in a measure that will apply retroactively from January.
by TaxWorldWeb on Apr 26, 2016

Where to Eat in Mykonos?

If you’ve decided to go to Mykonos, then you’ve already Googled around for place to eat, party and beach, and by luck (hopefully) you got here! But you must have read other things about this incredibly multi-tasking island and you’d...
by Story of Lorellay on Apr 25, 2016

Blue and white Greek island photos to make you book your holidays now

Perivolas Hotel, Santorini via herePlease excuse me, for I am about to share with a really cheesy post today. It is this time of the year (again) that I start seeing everything in blue and white. Sure, living on an island myself, right next to the s...
by My Paradissi on Apr 22, 2016

Amazing Greece!

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by The true greek life on Apr 21, 2016

Greek Gov’t Unveils New Draft Tax Legislation

The Greek government on Tuesday unveiled a new draft tax bill envisaging new scales and rates on income tax, higher tax rates on income from rents, introducing a 45 pct tax rate on all incomes above 35,000 euros and raising a tax rate on dividends to...
by TaxWorldWeb on Apr 19, 2016

New Greek tax on pay TV ‘extremely harmful’

Athens-listed Forthnet’s chief executive Panos Papadopoulos explained on Monday why the imminent imposition of a special tax on pay TV in Greece will be “extremely harmful” to Greek pay-TV platforms, saying “it would create extremely burdenso...
by TaxWorldWeb on Apr 19, 2016

Naxos, Greece

Naxos was our love/hate affair with Greece island hopping mainly for the reason of Ana's father contacting some sort of lung infection that put him in the hospital for three days. Ximena also fell victim to the same virus, but escaped with a round of...
by Camels and Tacos on Apr 19, 2016

Athens, Greece: It's All Greek To Me

Our trip to Greece is best summed up by, "Why didn't we do this sooner?" On perhaps bunk advice we've picked up along the way from family and friends, Greece wasn't a even on our radar. During the past couple of year, our friends made it sound like w...
by Camels and Tacos on Apr 17, 2016

Athens, Greece: Its All Greek To Me

Our trip to Greece is best summed up by, "Why didn't we do this sooner?" On perhaps bunk advice we've picked up along the way from family and friends, Greece wasn't a even on our radar. During the past couple of year, our friends made it sound like w...
by Camels and Tacos on Apr 17, 2016

Famous Greek Philosophers

The three main Greek philosophers in chronological order as follows.Socrates, 469-399BCEPlato, 428-347BCE (Student of Socrates)Aristotle, 384-322BCE (Student of Plato)Socrates.He was a Greek philosopher and the main source of Western thought. He used...
by Finding Neverland on Apr 16, 2016

Chasing the Blues...

Postcard Pictures is moving...... to That Greek Blue Different in name and address, It's still the same on the inside.It’s a new home,For we have spread our wingsand evolved.That Greek BlueIs about another time and another placeStirs long...
by Postcard Pictures on Apr 15, 2016

4 Stunning Photos of Giola Lagoon, Greece

by Yolo Moments on Apr 12, 2016

Unexplored Islands - Greece

Precious gems that are worth discovering for their natural beauty, their strong tastes & aromas and, most of all, their unspoiled character conjuring up the old times.
by The true greek life on Apr 8, 2016

Archaic Kore from Acropolis Museum to be exhibited in Hermitage Museum

One of the Athens Acropolis' finest and best-preserved votive korai - the archaic statues depicting young women - will be presented outside Greece for the first time on Friday, when it is put on display in the Roman Courtyard of the State Hermitage M...
by The Archaeology News Network on Apr 8, 2016

Three new museums that give a reason for a trip in Greece

   The Natural History Museum and Mushroom Museum of Meteora  opened about a year ago in Kalambaka, at the foot of the famous rocks of Meteora (UNESCO World Heritage Site). More than 300 species of birds and mammals, mostly from Greece and Europe...
by The true greek life on Apr 7, 2016

Martin Armstrong Warns Illinois ‘Taxpayers Are Absolutely Screwed And This Is Not A Place You Want To Own Property’

Speaking of Martin Armstrong, I was reading the economist’s blog early Wednesday morning when I came across the following in his April 4 post entitled “Illinois on the Brink of Bankruptcy”: The pension crisis is brewing and the one state that a...
by Survival And Prosperity on Apr 6, 2016


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