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- Athens...The Greeks...The Philosopher's...The Acropolis!!!!
We got up early, had breakfast and met our tour guide in the hotel lobby...George is his name, works for Niko and we got a four hour tour of Athens...Great way to go!
George gave us a quick lowdown of the history of Greece, Athens and then the Acropolis. He had books, pictures and his tablet to fill in the holes and then he shoved us out the door of the tour ...
... Suite!!! Our own pool, patio, sitting room, two bathrooms and the most and best view of the Acropolis!!!!
We pinched ourselves and then sat on the patio admiring the view of the Acropolis with our feet in the pool...a little cold but a pool!!! Later we had an early dinner at a tavern a few blocks away...very Greek...have I mentioned that we love Greek food? Then we walked to the Parliament Building and took the long way back ...
My flight to New Zealand is in 4 days and I think I have everything ready to go. It is hard to say though because I have never planned for a trip quite like this.
The main supplies I will be bringing are:
- 65 Liter Backpack
- 2 person tent
- Cooking stove and utilities,
- Wet suit, snorkel, and ...
... parade having been on Saturday with Sunday designated as family day. Who would ever have thunk there’d be a Gay Pride parade in a small city in the Hudson Valley?
Sunday was also my friend Tim Bond’s birthday. Tim has a tradition that his friends celebrate his birthday (wherever they are) by eating Mexican food to be with him in spirit if not body since he always eats Mexican on his birthday. So I went to quite hip downtown restaurant named Mexican Radio for ...
Rhinebeck, New York is a quaint little town in the heart of the Hudson Valley, nowadays sometimes called "The New Hamptons" after one of affluent New Yorkers' other summer resort playgrounds as this part of the Hudson Valley has become more gentrified in recent decades with wineries, horse farms, and small-scale artisanal food producers replacing the commercial dairy farms that still dominated Dutchess County’s rural scenery when I was a ...