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We headed to the National archaeological museum first thing as it was pretty close to our hostel, it's was cool to see we were lucky and they currently had and exposition that included two of the sculptures I had studied in year 12 that made my day, there were lots of sculptures and vases as well we spent a few hours there looking at all the works. After the museum I went off to check out a few of the sights on my own. I walked ...
Greece, it has great food, and lovely people, and spectacular old stuff.
I cannot lie, for all its amazingness, I am not a fan of Greece in Summer. It is hot and humid and full of mossies, and I am not coping very well with it at all. I've had more 'days off' in Greece than in our entire trip so far (okay, that's an exaggeration...)
We woke up very early for our very short flight to Athens. 30mins. We left ...
... away tea.
6 Aug. We had heavy overnight rain, good for the gardens but the day dawned sunny and warm.Packed a total of 63kgs ready for our flight to Athens tomorrow. Later we all walked (the Boys scootered)down to Zizzis Italian on Chiswick High St for dinner,where we all enjoyed an excellent meal.
7 Aug. Awoke early to another fine morning, had breakfast then the Taxi came 15 min early, so at 9.45 ...
... now in the British Museum in London along with lots of other Greek treasures. I am keen to return to the British Museum to view with new appreciation the treasures of Athens. Negotiations continue regarding repatriation, but it could be a long wait.
On the slopes of the Hill are two theatres: the Odeon of Herodes Atticus, restored and used for performances today; and the Theatre of Dionysus. Also nearby is the Ancient Agora, which was the centre ...
... day was truly amazing. The structure and design of the Parthenon was magnificent and it was beautiful to see it as it floated over the city of Athens. Areopagos Hill was also a special place to go to for it is considered the place where Paul delivered his first sermon. While on top of this hill we all sang our college Alma Mater which truly symbolized the impact the students and professors on this trip made to the greater ...