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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... dating to 330 BC.
Timing is everything so we sprint for the Greek Parliament building for the changing of the guard. Not quite as grand as Buckingham palace, but we can actually see this one. As we walk painfully away (yes, the day has now hit us) we are still giggling over the soldiers in their skirts and tight leggings with fluffy balls on their shoes. Not sure the Greek military instills as much fear as they used to.
... We caught the train 4 stops to accrpoli station, took a short walk and started our ascent of the stairs up the northern slope past the ruins of old statues and buildings. Columns unfishished, old forges, (search for name of auditorium attached), most of the stairs and paths on the way up are marble and very slippery, so we warily made our up to the top, my tolerance for crowds was growing very thin this morning, as we got closer to the top it seemed every step you'd take in ...
... not seem to be the best part of town, and we had to walk a few blocks to reach our festival. It was quite set back, so we had to stop and ask a girl for directions (she was so sweet and helpful!).
Finally, we found our festival Plissken 2014!! We have been planning to go to Plissken since January- it is a massive music festival, with bands from all over Europe and the US!
The doors opened at five thirty. The festival was also ...
... cannot afford the pesticides and other chemicals. that they put into the food in our countries so it's all very fresh and local. I had chicken and Eli had lamb, the tasiki (not sure how you spell that) sauce was out of this world!! Walking down the streets of Athens you see the coexistence of different eras, old mansions well preserved and others worn down over time, fancy restaurants and taverns, luxury shops to an elderly woman sat on the kerb ...
... enjoying the sunset. We then walked back down the hill and caught a taxi to the city centre to find somewhere for dinner.
We found a restaurant and our waiter was from Melbourne. I ordered pasticchio, a typical Greek meal that we had been looking for at every restaurant we had visited in Greece. It had become a joke, Allie really wanted to try the dish but because it was the end of the season, most ...