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... br> Returning to the Hotel Attalos, we joined hoards of tourist shopping and eating in the Plaka neighborhood. Surviving the massive, we retreated to our room, napped and then off to another late night, outdoor dining experience at the Taverna Tou Psirri, with not only good food but a liter of wine for Si euros.
... The Kerameikos is an open-air museum that reveals the ancient potter’s quarter (which gives the museum its name), Dipylon Gate and the path towards the Sacred Gate (which was the starting spot of the annual procession for the Eleusinian Mysteries). As well, the graveyard in the Kerameikos housed war dead from the Peloponnesian and Persian wars; virtually all of Athens’ well-known heroes were buried here. Periodically, I felt disoriented in ...
... beers most weren't bad except for Fix brand. It was touted by being 2 for the price of one. We didn't bother waiting for the second free glass. I did go past a beautiful old pre-WWII BMW motorbike just parked in the street.. so many nice bikes! Eventually we stopped for dinner in the Plaka and headed back to the hotel. The night finished with the obligatory Ouzo over ice in the rooftop bar and looking up at the Acropolis a lit up by flood lights.. Another great day was had by ...
... is brilliantly lit up at night. We got to see the guards in their traditional army uniforms, complete with red berets and large floppy shoes. The rest of the boulevard is guarded by more modern forces, and the Athens police seem to be on high alert for protests. We saw several busses of police officers with machine guns in full riot gear on standby, or patrolling the main drag. It was quite a stark reminder of the economic and political troubles that this ...
... lobby to use the internet, and will go back up when it is darker! I will post a pic tomorrow. We are planning a big today tomorrow, as we leave first thing Wednesday morning for Mykonos. BTW, Athens is a wonderful city. All shades of white and cream buildings for miles. Lots of little streets filled with interesting and unusual shops.Plenty of people about ...