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... to Greek citizenship so as not to have to do this - while one story we heard was of a 19 year old fellow who grew up in Australia and came to visit his fathers homeland for the first time. At the airport he was informed that we was a year late reporting and was considered AWOL - his father had declared him Greek on his birth certificate. The boy said okay I will just take my Aussie passport and go back - well that's not the way it works and he ended up having to do ...
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Seafood aficionados, This is your place to be.... -The Fish Heaven of Athens!
Being a person who values good food and with hundreds of followers checking on my restaurant reviews, I had to make a repeated visit to make fair and balanced assessment of what Milos offers after the previous chef left. In a way, it was the demand of my ...
... a little shaded with trees and there were ruins everywhere. There were certain areas where they were building is back up which was pretty cool. The newly built up area was a different color so you could tell the difference but it gave you a better idea of what exactly you were looking at. We walked past a couple of ruins on our way up to the Parthenon. At one point there was a little kid running around the "Do Not Enter" signs with their parents not seeming ...
... the sea side town of Napfia and check in to our hotel high on the side of the mountain where our room has wonderful views over the bay. We descend on foot to the town below and are lead on a walking tour through the old town. The quaint lane ways, shops and cafe's are quiet now at the start of the season, but are overflowing in July-August with holidaymakers. After a very arduous day we ascend the many flights of stairs back to our hotel for the included dinner and then collapse in ...
... and of course us dry in the heaviest of downpours. Not deterred, we continued up, up, up. At times it was quite treacherous with the jostling crows on those wet marble steps. The Acropolis is another “bucket list” place. In a word it is magnificent! The sheer size and height of those columns remarkable. I loved all the different colours and shades in the marble. Even the rocks and stones on the ground ranged in colour from shades of pale salmon pink to a ...
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