Athens Center Square
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... was nice to have a break from that. (Surely there are other jobs for newly arrived immigrants to do? Surely the government doesn't provide them with the ****** wares to sell on the street? Their language knowledge is good, they are surely better suited to a more respectable job?). The Acropolis was amazing. It is easier to access the ancient ruins in Athens compared to Rome, as most of the major sites are atop of a hill overlooking the city. You just keep walking up, ...
... Doric order. Its decorative sculptures are considered some of the high points of Greek art. The Parthenon is regarded as an enduring symbol of Ancient Greece, Athenian democracy and western civilization, and one of the world's greatest cultural monuments. The Greek Ministry of Culture is currently carrying out a program of selective restoration and reconstruction to ensure the stability of the partially ruined structure.
... that we were just coming into dock in Istanbul, not a cloud in the sky and very warm even at this time in the morning. Sunbathed & swam in the Pavilion pool until 4pm it is very hot now 29c, most people are ashore so plenty of room and sun beds available, I talked to a couple of ladies from Chester in the pool, there are lots of English, Australian’s and Greeks a few Scots,German,Italian, American & Japanese on board. We had pre dinner drinks in the ...
... destination was the Agora, the beating heart of ancient Athens.
The word Agora literally translates to meeting place, and was the centre of a persons social life in ancient times. The Agora hosted political events, military training, marketplaces and was even a place where citizens could exercise, or discuss the news of the day. The Agora was also used for ostracism, a strange tradition of ancient Athens in which citizens could be voted out of the city.
... On the subway, a guy trying to sell mini packages of Kleenex came by. Unfortunately for him, he was about 24 hours too late. I already have several packs divided between my suitcase, backpack and purse.
The train ride took about an hour but thankfully we had seats since we got on at the beginning of the route. It was dark of course and when we exited the station, I thought it might work better to use the compass on Mel’s phone along with the map. Nope, we still got ...