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... which made the journey so much more pleasant. It also was a direct run which was a bonus as it was not direct on the schedule we had seen previously which meant we got into Athens at 10.30pm.
Our plan was to grab a cab to Syntagma square about 3km away and then get the airport bus X95 to the Sofitel so we would be nice and close to the airport in the morning for our flight to Santorini. Buses to the airport are €8 each verses a taxi of ...
... we arrived in Athens we took the Nafplio bus lady's advice and got a cab to Larissa Athens (Central Station). It only cost €5.50 for a 15 minute trip which was cheap. The neighbourhoods we have seen so far in Athens are quite rough looking and especially so at the central train station which is very small and grotty - only 2 platforms.
We purchased 'a' class tickets, return for €101 all up. The journey was to leave ...
... long 5 ½
hour journey. There was some fine scenery but obscured by some dotted material
that was incorporated into the windows. We had very clear instructions for
getting to the hotel, so we set off up the road, firmly ignoring the lurking
taxis. It seemed a long way, though it wasn’t really, and we were glad to meet
the receptionist, Charlies, who immediately rang Kosta to let him know we ...
... only saw a couple of monks and nuns at each one but Maria said that there are about 30 living at each. We were not allowed to take pictures inside so unfortunately cannot share the beauty of these churches visually.
When we were leaving the convent, Mel went to pet a stray cat that ended up cuddling with her and curled up on her lap. She so wanted to take him home...he had some sores and burrs matted into his fur…poor ...
... to the Church of Saint Demitrius. The original church was constructed in the early fourth century, but the building had to be reconstructed several times due to fires. A particularly nasty fire in the early twentieth century destroyed not only a significant portion of the church, but most of the city. However, the restorations and archaeological excavations that followed actually led to the discovery of several fascinating artifacts that can now be seen ...