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at Dr. Camp’s house in Athens. We had to take the metro to get there, which was
a fun experience. He ordered pizza, which we happily devoured! Also, we had an
additional celebration that day. It was Dr. Ryder’s birthday! We all sang to
him and had two birthday cakes, both of which were delicious. Before we left
for the night, we made sure to thank Dr. Camp for welcoming us into his home and sang “The Lord
Bless You and Keep You” for him. ...
... It is a bread cake which the families cut to bless the house and bring good luck for the year. A piece of cake is sliced for each member of the family, any visitors who are currently there and then for other people or groups. A coin is hidden in the cake and whoever gets the coin has good fortune and health. We chatted for a few hours and then it was off to bed. Morning arrives and we wake to a sunny warm day!! Most shops and bakeries are still closed due to ...
... Santorini" but it was so uniquely beautiful. We sat on the perch of the rocks and had deep conversations, soaking in the sun. Our group were the only people there so it seemed like we were the only ones appreciating the beauty. Like it was made for us. In this natural environment, there was the perfect combination of the elements: fluidity of water, toughness of rocks, soothing heat, and cool breeze. I found comfort and refreshment.
... amazing. There were huge sections of temples that were still complete and lots of other ruined sections plus the view across the city was fantastic. Sadly due to the sun beating down upon us we didn't stay for very long, it was simply too hot.
From the acropolis we visited the ancient Agora which was both markets and an ancient meeting place for politics and religion. It was a much larger set of ruins than the Acropolis and was spread out over a large area. We ...
... views of the Acropolis. The stadium is infrequently used these days, save the occasional benefit concert or ceremony honoring Greek athletes.
Cate and Gavin had a blast walking up the steep marble steps to the top of the stadium and standing on the winner's podium. Despite the oppressive heat, the kids also ran a full lap around the track, and I was thrilled that I had worn sandals and couldn't run!