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... Public strikes tomorrow. It got quite heated until after the whole carriage of people had screamed at each other they all made friends and disembarked offering each other lifts home. Nikos and I hopped off and headed in to Glyfada for a wander/Coffee/Gyros. Then home. Out tonight to watch Olympiakos play in Nelly's in Voula after a couple of yellow donkeys ;)
The last day we spent in Voula, ...
... me it seems that airports are the worst.
DFW isn't difficult though, comparatively. I breezed through there, got my ticket, gained access to the Admiral's Club lounge, and enjoyed their free wi-fi and partook of their free water. They had coffee set up too, but I didn't need more of that. A few measly snacks, cheese, crudites, blah blah blah.
Airport lounges. You're grateful to be out of the din of the hoi polloi, but ...
... Anyway, we gather up our suitcases and hope they are less than the 23kg limit for the flight. Since we are all sleepwalking, going down and getting on the tube is fine. Getting off at the train station to Heathrow, we realize that 23 kg is actually 4.7 metric tons going UP the stairs.
On through check-in and security, and on to British Airways, where the flight and service was great and the airplane breakfast was actually good.
... telling her companions that it is unfortunate that the Greeks are so sloppy in their restoration work and have been so untidy and not even bothered to make sure every column of the Parthenon is perfectly lined up! It seems you can't please everyone all the time. There was so much to see on the acropolis that we were there for near on four hours and then there was still more to see as we began to make our way down. We went to ...
... to the ocean.
This is a must do if you come to Athens it is the only way you can literally
see the whole city. After being to most of the monuments inside the city I
found it pretty interesting to step back and see them all in proportion at a distance. As tourists the school kids would enjoy seeing the whole city from this angle and would be able to get some great photos too.