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Arrived in Athens to a steamy 26 degrees which was a little different to the 11 degrees that we left behind in Paris.
Caught a taxi into the city as we figured with the 3 of us this was the best way to get there. We rode in a Skoda Octavia and the driver remarked she previously had a Toyota but the luggage space was so much better in the Skoda. Considering she fitted all 3 large suitcases plus our hand luggage in the boot, we tendered to ...
... back and had another go - this time for longer. He was so irate security was called and eventually they had to physically wheel him away. I get a bit upset when I hear and see such anger - get a bit worried a gun is going to come out next.
Part of the whole Greek economy is the breakdown of infrastructure of things like the rail service. I have already mentioned the graffiti and most trains are covered in them. The trains are ...
... br> afternoon and the people retreat inside, so there was ************e around
except a few tourists. We found the town to be quite picturesque, and very
pleasant after Athens.
In the evening we found an excellent restaurant. Most people eat quite late but
the restaurants are quite willing to serve strange tourists who want to dine at
seven o’clock. If you go to Kalambaka you should go the Archontariki and ...
... build a monastery. Eventually, more monks arrived and 24 monasteries were built. Today there are only six left and two of the six have since been converted to convents (we will never forget this statistic because Maria repeated it at least six times throughout the day…lol). The rest of the monasteries were destroyed in WWII.
One of our passengers asked how many steps we will have to climb to get to the monasteries and ...
... a failed attempt to see "Skyfall" downtown Saturday, and today the Athens Marathon.
The weekend before, my housemates and I hosted a Halloween party- perhaps the one and only Halloween Party held in the entire country of Greece- for our fellow fellows and some Greek friends and acquaintances.
The main portion of this entry, however, will cover my trip three weekends ago to Meteora, Greece. Thanks to the feast ...