Athens Diamond Homtel
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... holding a sign with our name on it. He was a jovial man, very talkative even though he spoke very little English. It didn't matter to him though, he chattered away about Athens, and the World Cup and his friend that lives in Dallas, Texas. He even stopped on the side of a really busy freeway to give us our first glimpses of the enormous city of Athens. Both of us buckled our seat belts after that. When Chris asked what teams were playing in the World Cup with ...
... today due being a Sunday. At each cove the entry to the water is crystal clear and a beautiful green colour. However on the street side it's another story and the abandoned buildings with that lovely art work certainly takes away from holiday feel. We arrive at cape Sounion and walk up a incline to reach the temple of Poseidon this was constructed in the early 5th century so only 2500years old, no wonder it's looking a little ...
... surprised that entry was free of charge today (due to being Good Friday i.e. a public holiday). The moment I caught first sight of the Parthenon I almost squealed with excitement. After learning about Athene and the Parthenon while studying Classics for two years in high school and having had an interest in Greek mythology since my early teens, I think this had to be one of the highlights of ...
... we decided to catch up on some emails and have an early night.
On day 2 (my birthday), we started to explore our neighbourhood. It was a really lovely part of Athens, a little bit touristy but lovely nonetheless and right under the Acropolis. Lots of cafés, restaurants, flea markets (Bronte bedside herself :-)) and ruins literally under our feet. Surprisingly a lot of people spoke English. We had a very casual day; we had all slept terribly and my cold ...
... bus tour that took us to all of the main sites in Greece for two days. We saw the Acropolis and Parthenon which are in a process of restoration, we got chased by a crazy large woman who wanted us to buy her cloth for food, but we realized the scam and tried to get away. Luckily, she was too big to follow for long. There are alot of beggers here. We climbed across the way on the Hills of the Muses and Nymphs. There we found shrines to muses and an ...