Athens Odeon Hotel
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... other and thought why not! So another first in our travel experience, we settled in for the night and in the morning only had to walk 50 metres to Julies check in at 6.15am!
After 7 weeks for away Julie and 5 weeks with us she was heading home, very much looking forward to connecting with family and seeing how much the grand children have grown.
We headed back to the camper and were on the road again, it was ...
... bags, just throw them in the scanner and off we go. So far no more troubles with the kitty statue.
We made it to Athens and figured out how to take the subway to our hotel. We are staying at the Golden Age Hotel, seems alright aside from the fact that the outlet by my side of the bed doesn't work.
Since we only had the evening left we decided to head down to the Acropolis to check it out and find somewhere for dinner. ...
... routine and on to bus. Piraeus has city of its own with population of 900,000, joins Athens with population of 4 million, making Piraeus the third largest city in Greece. Our excellent tour guide pointed out points of interest while bus negotiated narrow streets and traffic jams. No rules for motor cyclists no helmets! Arrived Acropolis to very high temperature,, on tour brochure said must be able to walk up 80 steps but must been 200! ...
... crossed the road to see the temple of Zeus ( or what remains of it) and look up to the view of the Acropolis, high on the hill. It was 28 degrees this afternoon as we were walking around so still pretty warm. We met back up with the tour group at the designated time to get back on the bus and catch our ride back to the ship. We spent the afternoon lazing about and catching up on a few ...
... green peppers, olives and sausage on a thin crust dough. Totally delicious... Pretty sure pizza at home is now ruined for me too, lol. All the food here has been so fresh. We have really noticed a huge difference in just the quality of ingredients in even cheap street food versus what you could get home for equal price. North America has really done itself no favours by filling its cities with fast food chains and over processed mass produced foods. ...