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... at 9am. Arr Ath around 1pm after 3 hr flight- reasonably comfortable. More legroom than norm. Metro to Monasteria (?) €3.5 around 40 mins. Wandered streets till I stumbled on Euripides St and Euripedes hotel. 130e for clean comfy if old room. Great friendly helpful staff. Older part of town- very dirty and many derelict buildings. Tired but ...
... Plaka shopping, historic and restaurant precinct. Had dinner at a traditional footpath Greek eatery with Yvonne having Moussaka and myself grilled octopus. Walked on browsing at the very busy night life the Greeks have with plenty of people around at 10PM. Back to hotel. Back to hot temperatures compared to Austria with Athens and surrounding landscape looking very dry and temps 26-35 so hot ...
... enjoyed a great late lunch and spent the last bit of the day getting ready for our flight to Istanbul tomorrow. We have loved Greece and as I have said before, they are some of the friendliesteople we have encountered on this trip. They are in for some tough times ahead, and I'm not sure what the best solution is for them. I can only hope that they manage to keep their love of life, of good food, and of people.
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... and talked about the relationship between Crete and the Anzac forces. It was a weird feeling to be in a place my poppa had been in over 60 years ago. Sadly I didn't get to see any war memorials as our visit was pretty brief. I hope to get back there some day! Our last stop of the cruise was Santorini. They definitely saved the best til last! It was the most beautiful island. We went up on deck and braved the wind to get photos of the island as we came into the port. We ...
... not having a place to call “home”. Now we would have one. Again we gathered up our luggage, slung our packs onto our tired shoulders, zipped our jackets and headed for the Metro. I’m tired of looking like a tourist. American is fine, tourist is not. I hate being in a group of people all dragging luggage and opening their mouths to sound out Greek writing. So I try and disassociate when we travel in a pack. I greet people with gracious ...