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... foot of the Acropolis and directly opposite the Temple of Zeus. Trip Advisor finds us a lovely little family restaurant a few minutes walk from the hotel and then after a 3 euro half litre of wine, and pretty good too, we stroll the streets for 30 minutes and then turn in. Friday Day 27 A bright clear morning in Athens. Breakfast on the roof top garden with the Parthenon as the backdrop on one side and the Temple of Zeus on ...
... the museum, it is not immediately apparent that it is the same shape and scale of the Parthenon. Andrew picked this up. Artefacts that have been rescued from the ruins are placed so that they mirror the Parthenon. Exactly. The floors are glass in parts too. This is incredibly disconcerting on the 3rd floor when one can see all the way down to the ground floor!
This was our last night in Athens and we loved every minute of it. Next stop, Crete!
... as "Üsküdar" and "Dance of Zálongo"), and it was a lot of fun to perform. Additionally, I think that having all the girls in the front and all the guys in the back helped our dynamics in general; I was worried during the rehearsal that I would not be able to keep up the thread of my own part, especially during "Yerakiña," but it worked out well.
I think that "Dance ...
On the way back we stopped off at the Athens Flea Market, where the main items for sale seemed to be watches and sneakers! As we didn't need either, we joined a crowd who were listening to an African street band playing bongo drums whilst three highly talented footballers took it in turns to do the most amazing balancing tricks with their footballs.....very entertaining.
Finally a quick visit to the Panathenaic ...
... after breakfast we took the shuttle bus to the Terminal building where we then took the coach into Athens, which took about 25 minutes, mainly because of the heavy traffic. We were dropped off at the Andrian Gate and made our way to the entrance to the Acropolis, which was only a short distance, no more than five minutes. The entrance fee was 12 Euros each. We made our way up the steep path, along with quite ...
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