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... vacations now. There were storefront after storefront empty and boarded up. But Christos led us on a walk up to a lovely water course with a trail up to a rock amphitheater - and another steep trail up the mountain to a former monastery. Several of us took the walk - and a couple of us took the very rough trail up towards the monastery. We turned back about 3/4 of the way up due to trail conditions. Others shopped in ...
... across the road from the hotel.
I Caught the tram to Syntagma square and then changed to the metro, which i caught to Monastraki square. I got off the metro here, left the station and went looking for the Athens style hostel. I soon found it, but it was too early to check in, so i left my luggage in storage (had to pay for it).
I then left the hostel, went for a walk around, got lost and found the post office. Walking through the section of the city ...
... looks like it's floating, due to the support of more than 100 concrete pillars that provide an impressive shelter for the site’s archaeological excavation.
Among the artifacts displayed here was a unique special addition (and appropriate to our trip to the Panathinaikon Stadium yesterday afternoon), Spyros Louis’s Bréal Cup from the 1896 Olympics.
The marathon, the most popular ...
Day 1 began at 8 am with the hotel breakfast. The breakfast buffet is spectacular with
croissants, Greek yogurt with honey and a blueberry jam, eggs, orange juice, hot coffee, meats, feta,
cookies- this list goes on. The orange
juice is so fresh as there are orange trees all over Glyfada, so many that they
fall everywhere and rot in the streets. The feta is not briny at all and is
much creamier here. The eggs ...
... raise eyebrows at our 9-person Supreme Court today: back then, the smallest was 201, but the average was around 500. There were water clocks to keep people from talking too long, and all juries had to be complete by the end of the day. There was a completely randomized machine for choosing a completely random jury out of 6000 contestants - so, in other words, if you wanted to bribe someone, you needed to be really rich.
Too bad modern-day politics doesn't necessarily work the same way.