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We arrived in Athens, Greece at about 1 am last night. This morning we meandered around the National Garden while enjoying some shade, it's been hot today in comparison to Russia and Istanbul (it's about 87 here). Then we walked to the Temple of Zeus and the Hadrian Arch and admired the history in the ruins. We also took pictures of the Acropolis …
... 8217;s our last safari in Africa. Apart from the logistical issues they’ve been fantastic and have been a wonderful education for the children. We’re exhausted though and can’t wait to get some rest. We stay in a lodge in the middle of nowhere near Arusha for the night before we head to the airport, Kilimanjaro airport. KAMPALA, UGANDA This is Africa. At the airport, our flight is not on the departure board, at the counter one person says it’s delayed, one says ...
... entertainers and beggars would line up to take their share of the salaries of the working class. Later, around 400 A.D., the building became a shopping center for the Athenians. Dr. Camp noted that the enterprising businessman of Athens would have had to take advantage of the weak municipal authority in Athens after the Visigoths arrived to set up these shops, as it was previously illegal to privately section off parts of a public building.
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We woke up to a phone call from our butler informing us that he was on his way with breakfast. We had an early tour this morning so we ordered breakfast delivered to our room. While eating breakfast we watched "The World", another cruise ship, enter the port. After breakfast and getting dressed, we headed down to the theatre to check in for our tour. Shortly after 8:00 we headed off the ship. It was another beautiful morning. As we walked to the bus, we saw the Celebrity ...
This morning we said goodbye to half our group who were leaving us to join the Greek islands tour. This was sad because even in a few days we had made some good friends. This also meant we were getting new people joining the bus. Again they were pretty much all Australian! Today we are heading for Parga, a small beach town in Greece. On the way we stopped at the Corinthian channel, built to move supplies through Greece. We drove ...