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Well after a great first day in Athens, it was time for the main event. I had a full day as my ferry was not untill 9 o clock at night. I got up and checked out my hostel. I also then used their luggage storage to save me hulking my bag about. It was a good decision as it was rather warm. My decision in exploring the acropolis was to start at the Theatre of Dionysus. I explored as much as I could and looked at as much as possible even mundane stone walls of sanctuaries ...
... knew my mistake and Logan did as well but the man didn't skip a beat. Thank goodness he knew the context of my comment, the mass amount of clothing in the pack that have been pushed in as tightly as possible. So we managed to get through security without any problems, got our boarding passes and went through the second set of security before our flight. I can add that to the life lessons. The only other thing that struck me as being different were the ...
... 432 BC. We went to Mars Hill, at the heart of the ancient city, where Paul preached to the Athenians of that day.
When we got back, we had lunch in town and walked around a bit. In the evening, we had a gift exchange and dinner with our fellow footsteppers, it was a lot of fun.
"Sorry, I don't speak Greek" in Greek - Signomi, ala then milao elinika
... of good & drink. We finally arrived in Pamploma & realised getting to our camp site wasn't going to be easy as we missed the shuttles. 60E taxi & we were at our campsite. Thank goodness I wasn't going on my own as it was 40mins out of town & into forestry area, I would of been freaking if solo. Check in & bed!
We're up in the morning ready for the opening ceremony of Running with the Bulls. Plenty of sangria & crazy ...
... minutes before walking pass the Turkish Baths and the Fethiye Mosque on our way to the ruins of Hadrian's Library.
We next found ourselves in the Monastiraki flea market (again!) before ending our tour at the Church of Agios Eleftherios. There were a few museums on the list as well, but by the time we got there they were all closed for the day.
We had thoroughly enjoyed the walking tour and would fully recommend it to anyone going to Athens. It ...