Athens Center Square
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... two boxes of chocolate and Hilary got a coffee. While I was getting the 2nd box of chocolate, the woman doing the coffee was making this half chocolate half coffee drink with chocolate syrup on the top and whipped cream. Beth was standing with me and I said to the woman, "oh she'd love that" and the woman said "she can have it" and ended up giving it to Beth for free. It was very sweet but that meant that Nate and Beth were wound up for the rest of the ...
... own thing and tourists were a bonus).
One of the aspects we debated was whether it would be better to start a trip with the UK and end with Greece / other sunny beach destinations, or the opposite order. On one hand, going directly to Greece (etc.) would be nice because all the hard work at the gym / dieting would be put to better use. Though we walked for an average of 8+ miles a day, we still felt like we gained weight (all the fried food and beer (though we ...
... and how she became the goddess of the city – thus the name Athens (which in Greek is Athena). Her planting of the olive tree also then brings special meaning when you see things decorated with an olive branch.
We climbed and wandered in a bit of a sprinkle of rain and then some strong sunshine. Our jackets were on and off and umbrellas up and down. But for the most part, it was a lovely day to be out walking in the city.
The Parthenon sits high on ...
... life was intended to be wonderful, enjoyable, harmonious; we humans were meant to be happy. But, most people had come to accept an opposite belief, that life was mostly suffering interrupted by brief moments of happiness and pleasure. If more people shared my belief, then a happy and harmonious world would become our reality.
-----"For OUR sake the world was created." - J.Breen philosophy
-----Whatever force put us here - whether a god, our ...
... now all marble and very spectacular.
There is so much to tell of it's history that I couldn't really do it justice but I would think it fair to say that it should be included in any trip to Athens and make sure you do accept the free, self guided recording so you get the history.
From there we stopped at the Temple of Apollo and surrounds much of which is Roman and Byzantine but still very interesting and worth the few hours.
On the outside ...