Athens Odeon Hotel
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... cruise ship we have ever seen; some 7/8 stories high and as long as 2/3 city blocks! Unreal! Can't imagine what it must be like to board and disembark with the thousands who must have been on board! At last our train departed and we eventually arrived at Malpensa airport in Milan ready to board our flight to Athens. Exciting to be heading for somewhere new and sad to be leaving Italy ...
... Like moths to a flame, we found ourselves at a place serving bagels with photos of NYC on the wall. Cue laughter.
When it was time for our next leg of the flight, we waited nearby the gate. And waited. The flight was late. We made our way to the desk agent, the last ones in line. Hold everything .. "Do you have your baggage ticket?" There we were scrambling through purses and bags, laying things on the desk in a ...
... arriving today and suggested that we might want to spend part of the morning watching the Changing of the Guard at the Parliament Building, so we got on a little tourist train and went over there. It was an interesting ceremony, and I managed to get a few photos. MONDAY, JULY 7 ============= The remaining kids and grandparents arrived Sunday afternoon. It's a small group, which is very nice for logistics - 3 boys and 3 girls. All of them are older than Andrew, who will be 12 in Dec. ...
... 4 days to do it justice - we did it in one :( . It's collection traces the evolution of Greek culture and they also have collections from other countries, so the English weren't the only ones taking stuff from other countries. They claim to have the most comprehensive collection in the world of Prehistoric and Egyptian antiques, sculptures, vases, bronze and minor ...
... across from the Acropolis. From there we climbed the hill to Philopappos monument which gives a 360 degree view of Athens. We were stripped down to just T-shirts by now as the sun was shining. We walked down the hill and back up the other side to the Acropolis. This monument is amazing; built over 2000 years ago it has suffered a lot from wars to looting and even an explosion. It is still an amazing pace to see and sits in its rightful place in Athens. Deb and ...