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Travel Blogs from Kalithea
... put those thoughts behind us. Drew Edit: laney is the travel partner that has been mentioned several times...Taylor stayed in Istanbul as he had to go back to school in Germany as of Monday, which is today I suppose. So when I say we and it's referring to Istanbul that is all three of us...when I say we in Athens or on the way tot be Istanbul airport that is just myself and travel ...
... the kitchen to the tables without getting the food, or themselves, wet. It cleared up as quickly as it came so we didn't get wet heading back to hotel. We were entertained by a young lad playing a mini bazouki (not baziouka) - young lad was quite a character and had an interesting repertoire of music - Richard not - quite so talented (see photo).
Tomorrow we have an early start to get to Port Pireaus by 7 am.
... in reality there is a train that goes halfway there and then a bus that goes the other way. And buses don’t take Maya sized dogs. Seriously Greece…that is something that would be said in Turkey.
I didn’t want to let it get me down, so I continued on my way to the Parthenon and corresponding museum.
First, I went into the museum. I walked the galleries with tears in my eyes. Sure, because of what I wrote in the previous blog ...
... br> and Academy. We fed the pigeons and chaffinches in the gardens and
went for a walk. Saw some funny looking guards guarding a big
building doing a funny walk (they would swing one leg a few times,
keep it up in the air for a bit then clip their heel on the floor
etc. the traditional Greek march maybe??). On our walk we also saw
some animals in a little enclosure (ducks, geese, rabbits, cockerels,
budgies, parrots, mountain goats, peacocks) and ...
... of cameras aimlessly pointed at whatever and creeped between the crowd. It is really hard to enjoy something when you are surrounded by hundreds of people.
After the Acropolis we headed down to see the ancient Greek Agora but it was already closed. Because of this we decided to head further down to Hadrian's Library but it was closed as well. Apparently all of the historic sites close at 3 in the afternoon. We were very surprised because it was such ...