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... Stadium. We did not go into the stadium since we didn't have Alex to show us the back way in, but had a very good view of it from the road.
We were getting hungry and walked back to the area of the Acropolis to find some lunch. We decided to try a place where we had seen our first Greek salad being served on our tour trying to find our hostel on day 1 in Greece. It had caught our eye and looked so good. Well, looks can be deceiving and having had several ...
... as good. Nicely presented on the dish with varied and excellent taste. It comes with a praline macaron, cinnamon ice cream and berries, and it costs €12.00.
THE OVERALL IMPRESSION: From the style and ambience, the glamorous interior and dedication to detail, every dinner experience at the Galaxy is one to be cherished. In all, it was an exquisite dinner.
I would recommend it to anyone with a Taste for the Good Life!
... there when it was still an active theater, it's pretty darn cool and the acoustics are amazing. We then found ourselves a nice little restaurant on the side of the Plaka, I tried traditional moussaka, which is what I would call the Greek equivalent of lasagna, but instead of pasta it has potatoes and eggplant, hello yum. We got back to the flat and a little while later Jadwega came home, and our paths crossed just enough that one of her cats got lose from her room and made it to ours. ...
... but seemed to be having problems with her terminal. Dave offered to
stay behind too if Tamara did not get on the plane. At this point, Tamara
threatened to have a meltdown on the spot. Airport staff hate this, and it
concentrates their minds wonderfully, so quite soon we had our luggage checked
in and a boarding pass each. We scurried to the ...
We continued on and our walk had looped us back into another old neighbourhood so we took our time walking through there, aiming generally in the direction of home which was still a long way off. That night Jason had been doing some research on the must-try foods in Athens, as he does, and all signs pointed to Kalamaki. Kalamaki is meat on a stick cooked on a grill served with bread, traditionally pork but chicken is now also sold in some places ...