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... salads and David had a Greek salad. All lovely and fresh, followed by a couple of beers and wine. Shirley decided to try an iced coffee that turned out to be a tad strong to say the least. All fed, we headed back to our rooms for a siesta. Graham and I both agree we are in the same room we had in 2010 - a bit spooky... Siesta done and showered and all refreshed we headed to the Plaka to have a wander. The shops where just starting to close up ...
... city still faces.
After a boiling hot night's sleep, Nathan and I started our touring off early, waking up at 8am, taking a freezing cold shower (I didn't have change for hot water!!!) and grabbing breakfast at a different bakery. Our first attraction of the day was by far the most famous: the Acropolis. Only about thirty minutes of walking from our hostel took us to the base of the Acropolis. The hill itself towers over Athens, and it is easy to see ...
... I had a middle seat. I was a little disappointed I didn't get to see the ocean, but it was dark for most the flight anyway. The plane was very nice and very big. I watched a couple movies on the tv, drew and wrote in my notebook, and never slept a single second. By the fifth hour in I was feeling pretty cramped from sitting the whole time. They fed us some awful beef stroganoff on the plane, but always came around with plenty to drink and snack on. Once we landed in Amsterdam we got ...
... no sign of deterioration. We walked around the white marble stands, walked and ran the obligatory lap around the track and even walked up the tunnel that used to house the athletes, and now houses a replica torch and banner from every modern Olympics ever held.
Finally, after our time in Athens we could say with some form of authority that we knew what makes the Greeks such a great bunch of people. Pride. It came down to that one simple word. The people of ...
... tutting Greek spinsters surrounded her. By the time we got to our destination Caitlin had recovered and had some color in her cheeks, however it had come at the expense of Dianne’s well being. The shock and worry over Caitlin sapped her of all her energy and Caitlin and I barely got Dianne to a bench in the metro station before she too attempted to pass out. I really don’t know how ...