ONE MIGHT SAY THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS GREEK COFFEE. Little do th...
If you asked each one of the 18 millions of tourists that storm Greece every year why they chose to visit this country, each one will probably give you a different answer. Some visitors will tell you what brought them to Greece were their fading high-school memories, acquired in their history class or for a few of them during the classes of ancient Greek language. They will say they came here to admire the ancient sites and architectural treasures, the legacy of numerous civilizations that lived and prospered thousands of years ago, yet they impregnated their distinctive and indelible marks on today’s world. They came here to see the temples, the theaters, the sculptures, or maybe just the stray silhouettes of a few sun-bleached doric columns set against the ever changing backdrop that the Greek landscape is: modern, bustling cities, soothing rolling hills with cypresses flirting with the cool evening breeze, or the austerity of barren, windblown rocks sizzling under the midday Aegean sun.