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Travel Blogs from Piraeus
The Greek leg of our journey started with a hiccup, as is becoming the custom. Another 3.00 am wakeup call and we were off to Amman Airport to check in only to find there were some issues with our tickets (their end, not ours). The confusion continued until the last possible minute we could check in. We had a not-so-appealing-12-hour-additional-tra …
From Mykonos we took the 'slow' ferry (Blue Star Lines) back to Piraeus. These take cars and trucks as well as passengers and are much slower than the hydrofoils we took from Piraeus to Santorini and from Santorini to Mykonos - over 5 hours from Mykonos to Piraeus. However it is very relaxing to sit out on the deck in the fresh air and read a book …
Got the metro down
to Piraeus (the port) and checked into our new hotel. Found a coffee
shop then went out to hunt and gather breakfast which took a while,
where were all the shops?! Got ourselves a feast including HUMOUS!!
Spent the rest of the day chilling out and went out in the evening
back to Athens to check out the 'Full moon under the Acropolis'
... rubble in Chch, don't need to see anymore". "Yes but this is ancient rubble" My brother & his wife wanted to do their own thing. The acropolis had a temple named after me "temple of nikey" woohoo The lunch was delicious today. It was a traditional Greek lunch. Had the best baklava I've ever had. Little rolls of goodness & nice & ...
The day started sane enough..we were showered packed and ready to go. We headed to The British Embassy for Breakfast. I had a coffee, it was very strong. We then said goodbye to Mrs. Lady and the chef and headed to the Athens Metro Red Line...that's a fairly posh one and the aircon worked. We then changed to the Green Line, that's the graffitied one with some shattered windows and headed to down town Piraeus, scene of the murder that's causing all the protests. ...