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... the Temple of Zeus. We were pretty confident we could find it on foot once we were back down there. So we took off in search of.
As we were walking down the street, we saw so many of the dogs Alex had been describing in his blog. During our time on Santorini I had also seen them and kept asking if they were strays, why did they have on collars. Alex kept telling me that the dogs belonged to everyone – many feed them, apparently someone makes sure they ...
... in truffle oil is another dish not easily be ignored. Extremely creamy texture and luscious with a fragrant flavor of wild mushrooms –a heavenly taste!
We had a very nice and unexpected gesture from the sommelier. A refreshing appetizer to step from seafood to meat, (green rocket with smashed lemon juice cubes …something like that). It helped so much. Thanks George!
MAIN COURSE: I tried Iberico Pork Chop and although I had ...
... favorite moment was when we were at the Agora, and he started talking about Agoraphobia and how both of the root words are Greek, and the way he explained it was, to a tee, the way the dad says 'Greek word' in 'My Big Fat Greek Wedding' (if you've seen it, you get the reference; if you haven't seen it you need to go watch the movie immediately). The tour was the perfect way to get introduced to Athens and figure out how to get everywhere and see everything. Since the tour ended right ...
... and scampered off to
Syntagma Station, just up the road, where we bought tickets and got on a very crowded
train going in the right direction. It turned out it was not going all the way
to the airport, so we got off part way, as advised by a kind person on the
train and got the next train to the airport. It seemed to take forever but we
... cloud of dust or pollution sits over the city giving the sky that musky blue - which was definitely evident from up on the rock. We were pretty peckish by then so set out to find some food down the back side of the Acropolis but everything was incredibly expensive due to the touristic location so we kept walking and eventually decided to rain-check lunch and tick off the Temple of Olympian Zeu and the original Olympic stadium - the Panatheanic Stadium. You know, as ...