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... before heading back to get our stuff packed up. Greece, mainly Athens, has some nice spots but for us, it does not really rank high on our list of visited places. The city overall seems very run down, dirty and unkempt. The Acropolis is 15 years into a restoration that will probably never finish and looks worse in the places it has been restored. Graffiti everywhere kind of touched us off as well. There are beautiful marble ...
... easier to navigate than what we did. We went searching for the chair lift to the top of the lookout point only to wind up in a slum area with surrounding apartment buildings. To top it all off as we wound our way to a park land and the possible salvation of our searching we walked past an apartment whose dog started barking, which brought the attention of 2 stray dogs in the park land standing guard and also barking vigorously at us. Now the first thing that came ...
Our last stop before heading to Dubai to make our way back home. It's been such an amazing two months of travelling. We've had lots of laughs along the way, a few tears and tantrums but mainly lots of good times. We are so proud of our children. You have been so adaptable and really embraced the constant changes in all the countries. You've tried speaking the different languages, ate different foods along the way, had minimal sleep at ...
... No.41 in C major "Jupiter" by Mozart and An Alpine Symphony, Op 64 by Richard Strauss. The performance was part of the Athens Festival which is similar to the Sydney Festival. At 30 Euro a ticket in great seats it was a real bonus to have such a memorable night out.
It was still 30 degrees at midnight when we got back to the hotel on the Metro. The streets around the hotel were a bit dark and we were on alert.
... and have my photo taken
alongside one of them. The rest of our tour group did though…….how
Next was the Temple of Olympian Zeus. A rectangle of
columns in a field. There was a very friendly cat wandering towards us which
allowed stroking……..surprising really as it was a stray. Our guide deviated
from telling us about the temple to tell us about the cat. Apparently, in
Greece, all ...