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... br> "To see thousands of things for the first and last time, how sad and how profound! To be a traveler is to be born and die at every moment. Perhaps, in the vaguest part of the traveler's spirit, he saw comparisons between those changing horizons and human existence. All things in life are in perpetual flight before us ... every happening is a turning of the wheel; and all of the sudden, we're old." - Victor Hugo *
peace and wisdom,
... of the buildings were huge and the view was incredible. Photos can not do this place justice. We were awestruck the entire time. After this we made our way to Hadrians Arc and Temple of Olympius Zeus. Though there are many pillars left at the temple of Zeus it was still worth the visit. Not necessarily worth entering the gates to see though... Still I was glad we did (as you can also see XD). From there we made our way over the road (literally) to ...
... it was after 6pm, which was actually fairly ideal timing as we were set to meet up with some of the Scott's Boys - Seb, Chris and Matt - for the night. We got some good practice with the public transport system, which does little to discourage free rides with no ticket gates or notable transport officers. The fact that all train signs and directions were in Greek was a slight hindrance, but we did manage to find our way to Monasteraki ...
... us as we purchased our breakfast, and welcomed us in. As we walked across the street to enjoy our food in a nearby park, the manager ran after us as I had forgotten my newspaper! While a small gesture, this act really encapsulates Greek hospitality. Though we've only been here a few days Nathan and I are really starting to feel like regulars at some of these places, and have been shown some really good customer service. People here seem to be as warm as the climate. This is ...
... was delicious.
And best of all…free tap water and no cover charges! (unlike Italy).
I asked the waiter to teach me how to say “thank you” (efharisto) in Greek (I had it on my cheat sheet but didn’t know how to pronounce it) and he laughed at my attempt…lol
He gave us the directions to the Acropolis and we walked through the Plaka district on the way where we discovered ...