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Day 6 – Athens
Time to bid goodbye to Alex. We all walked to the Metro together, it was very near our Hostel and sent him on his way. He was to meet up with his class and his professors at the Airport by 11:30. We dropped him at 10:10 and realized we now were on our own to navigate in Athens.
Our first stop was the Acropolis. I never realized, or maybe just never thought about it, that it would be a working archeological dig. They are working ...
... Piraeus. With its cosmopolitan atmosphere known for and the revitalized minimal and elegant décor, it continues to "raise the bar", with atmospheric music, unique cocktails and interesting encounters.
THE NEW EXECUTIVE CHEF OF THE HILTON: Konstantinos Athanasiou, shares his expertize skills and secrets for nearly the last 20 years. I am here to meet him and comment on a few of the most outstanding dishes on his menu.
I have the opportunity to have him ...
... What a trooper. That night in Athens, I was sure to keep her up until about 11:30 PM, which any frequent international flyer would know, is the only way to beat jet lag. Although the weather was far from ideal, we dressed accoordingly in our typical-American-Northface-raincoat-get up, and wandered our way through the streets of Athens. We finally found a street with marble flooring and lined ...
... but the taxi driver was still an ass and somehow invented extra charges which left me pretty miffed to say the least. We later saw other taxi drivers do the same and apparently they can legally add tariffs for large luggage and journeys from bus, train and airports, or something like that anyway. Seems stupid to have a meter if you can just make **** up at the end though!
Anyway, we were soon at our accommodation, which was a hostel run through AirBnB. ...
... outcrop above the city and containing the remains of several ancient buildings of great architectural and historic significance, the most famous being the Parthenon. We saw the Odeon of Herodes Atticus which is a stone theatre located on the souwest slope of the Acropolis. It was built in 161 AD. The audience stands and the orchestra stage were restored in the 1950s and it has since been the main venue of the Athens Festival which runs from May ...