Athens Center Square
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After a day of rest, I walked around Athens today to visit the archeological sites. The magnitude and architecture are amazing. The amount of detail and materials used are a marvel. It is hard to imagine what this city looked like in it's glory, but I understand why it was such a coveted ground for nations to ...
... hiked up to. The best decision of the trip i think. We got gyros and hiked up and ate them there, it looked just like a painting.
The next day we went to the new acropolis museum, but I was very unimpressed with it; we thought we would be in there for hours but ended up only needing thirty minutes. After the museum we were gonna go to small beach town but decided otherwise because it was too expensive to get there and back again. So we found a big park, like ...
... will refuse to talk to the new girls. Mumma Mel is apparently on the outer with the girls and not enjoying her trip right now. Victoria is not interested in anyone (which I don't believe deep down), and lastly, everyone is mightily ****** off with each other over the amount of *****iness going around. Ganzer and I stay awake that night hoping Wasp will return with Maryam, we can leave while he does the deed, then we can sleep in peace. We wait for ages for him to come in but give ...
... witnessed to the Athenian philosophers (Acts 17). We continued on to see the Theatre of Dionysus and the Temple of Zeus. We sat in the old theatre and tried to imagine what it would have been like, I'm guessing very uncomfortable. We had a short walk to the temple of Zeus where we once again were amazed by the old building. This temple had a column that had fallen down so we could see how big they were. Most of the temple had been destroyed over time. Next We headed into ...
... a scale of relation to where I have been, such as the US, Latin America or Europe). From above, you can see the layouts of the town, and the building styles. The buildings looked much more like those of Latin America than those of the rest of Europe. Everything seemed less modernized, less expensive, and more historical. So many European cities have been dominated by Muslims, Christians or other groups that love to erect large churches, city halls ...