How can I avoid jet lag?

Our biological clocks are based on a day/night cycle. These are called “circadian rhythms” because they occur about every 24 hours. When flying through more than three time zones you circadian rhythm can be thrown off-gear. Efficiency, physical comfort and thought processes can be effected. Jet lag can be minimized and your biological clock reset...
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Apostolos Greek Tours takes care of all transportation arrangements for tour participants. This includes transportation to and from the airport, comfortable chartered buses to and from the Marathon, and transportation for all scheduled events and sight-seeing expeditions. Your host Paul Samaras and his skilled assistants will be on hand to help you arrange any other...
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Euro cheques and hard currencies are freely accepted at banks, exchange bureaus. Major credit cards are widely accepted in hotels, shops and restaurants. You need not bring more than a little cash. Most purchases can be made using Visa, MasterCard. You can easily get cash advances on a credit card from ATM machines, and will...
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The local unit of currency is the Euro.
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Light, casual clothing is best for sunny, mild fall days in Greece. Breathable cottons and linens are preferable to synthetics. Skirts, sleeve less dresses, slacks, long shorts and T-shirts are acceptable in any but the most formal situations. Men may want to pack a short sleeve dress shirt and sport coat for the fanciest resort...
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Taking motion pictures and photographs in museums with a portable camera (NO FLASH) is allowed. Taking pictures with a camera mounted on a tripod is prohibited in museums. Photographing with a portable camera (NO FLASH) at archaeological sites is free. Photographing with a camera mounted on a tripod without the insertion of live subjects is...
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Greece is a reasonably safe country, with comparatively low levels of crime. Bear in mind, however, that every society has its criminals and it is therefore sensible to exercise caution, stay alert and keep valuables out of sight.
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In Athens and southern Greece during late October and November, we can expect mild 63° to 72° temperatures, 9î to 12î of rain, and about 200 hours of sunshine per month. Rain showers tend to be short. It may be cool in the evenings. A heavy coat will not be necessary. Take thinner layers of...
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Standard household current throughout Greece is 220 VAC. Electrical equipment should be used only with an appropriate converter.
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