Now, I’ve stayed at some rubbish hotels but this Greek hotel is good rubbish.
Because it’s all about sustainability with word reaching us about 18 Micon Street in Athens.
It’s an old tool-making outlet with many recyclable materials used.
And it’s within stumbling distance of a number of other recyclable Greek retail businesses.
Prices at 18 Micon Street which has views of the Acropolis https://www.18miconstr.com/en/ from €152 (£130) per suite.
It’s all got me swaying to a return trip to Greece this year for another chapter in my odyssey… My Greek odyssey.
Where you can get extra help from the certified guides www.thisisathens.com on all the museums and sites.
Spring cleaning and Majorca
We’ve been up in the attic… I think I’ve got a child there who I forgot about.
There were though a couple of articles lining the Scary One’s keepsakes.
From Majorca and Biarritz, and don’t worry I’ll get them the oul’ blog on this site soon.
It’s been too long since I’ve been there… a family holiday and then before that a stop-off on an Island Cruises trip.
My old friends at TUI www.tuiholidays.ie have a range of offers but the one I picked out is for free child places.
And because I know Ireland doesn’t start and stop in Ireland…
Shannon to Majorca, seven nights at the all-inclusive 5*Holiday Village Majorca, Cala Millor.
Two adults, one child from €3,029 or from €4,089 for two adults, two children.
Every Monday used to be Blue Monday when I was a wage slave.
Not now. And I’m four-square behind the Canary Islanders and their campaign against such doom mongering.
How could you ever be blue in a set of islands where whistling is a language and there is a plethora of eco-systems?
As you know A walk through the ages… Tenerife.
Well, the islanders have asked their ninos and this is what they said… https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=lBQy-gsv_x4.
It’s all part of this campaign #StopBlueMonday. Visit www.hellocanaryislands.com.