Such beautiful grounds and chapels. Even if you're not Greek Orthodox, the scenery and chapels are amazing. Women, be prepared, however, you must wear closed toed shoes, long sleeves and long skirt (I went shopping at a Mesa Goodwill for mine) and a scarf that completely covers your hair. Men, you only have to wear long pants, long sleeve shirts and closed toed shoes and can have your head uncovered ( a little discriminatory:-). We met with a monk who described the grounds and were allowed to spend as much time as we wished walking through. The chapels were beautiful with lots of hand-carved wooden chairs, etc. At the end, there is a gift shop where you can purchase wonderful bakery goods and other merchandise. This is a must see!.
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