I hope every one is not bored with the coninuation of my school trip. But I loved this trip so much, enjoyed all its different hues, tastes and experiences that I want to present the whole of it to you.
So as you have read so far we started early in the morning from Thessaloniki on May 19th, one bus, with students, parents and teachers and of course hubby and me. By early afternoon we had already had a guided tour of the Archaeological Museum of Volos, a walk on the mountainous paths of Makrinitsa, a picturesque Pelion mountain village, and a visit to the Museum of Art and History there.
You can read all about those visits and see lots of pictures in the three previous posts.
So after all that it was time for lunch.
Most parents had not accompanied us to the last museum and had coffee. Then they asked to have lunch all together at a restaurant.
Hubby and I decided to leave the group as we had no obligation to follow them and decided to have a quick tsipouro snack at a very traditional little cafe in Makrinitsa.
It is called Theophilos because of a huge fresco painting inside the cafe by the famous folk painter Theophilos.
The building was built in 1910.
The sun shone through the leaves of the trees. It was cool and fresh.
We drank some more fresh water from the mountain.
Here is the view from our window.
Park Hotel, walked a bit along the beautiful Volos promenade by night and ended our evening with a couple of more tsipouro with meze!