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... at the base of the Acropolis. Dinner was very good but you have to be careful here where the bring things like bread or bottled water and charge you for them even if you did not ask/want them. My Souvlaki was very good and so was the Sangria! We made it home by 10pm just when the rest of Athens was heading out on the town. Our hotel was a bit off the beaten path in a more neighborhood type area but we negotiated it fine. When we got in our room, we crashed and crashed ...
... but prevented outside noise as well. Fine quality curtains of navy blue and yellow matched well with the interior. The suite could easily fit a couple with one, probably 2 kids.
The sitting room is decorated with taste and the pieces of furniture are simple but at the same time modern adding a tasteful character to the room. Wardrobes provide plenty of space to keep belongings. There is a safe, a set of robes, slippers, a mini fridge and a huge mirror which is ...
So yes we have just had two wonderful and very hot days at sea. 30+ degrees has meant lots of swimming, football, swimming again! eating, swimming, shows, late nights. Hard life! The Norwegian Spirit is very much set up for families. Kids just have a ball on this cruise. Staff are great. Ethan has played hours and hours of football on the deck court. The heat doesn't seem to worry him and he's made heaps of friends from all over the ...
... stop was Mykonos and we stayed at Paradise Beach Resort. Paradise Beach is definitely the place to be if you want to chill (or recover) by the beach by day and party by night. However if you aren't into that thing then stay in Little Venice (town centre about 30 minutes bus ride away) or at one of the 'hidden' away beaches of Mykonos. After three months of traveling and not much partying at all it wasn't long until Mykonos changed this and the dancing and drinking begun. Needless to ...
... pottery shards to aid in dating.
We really had a once in a lifetime chance to get to tour with Dr. Camp through the agora and some of the archaeological sites that he worked on. Dr. Camp had a knack for making ancient history immediately relevant, and his fascination with ancient Greece really came through in his discussion of various aspects of the culture. This meeting was probably the most memorable of the many highlights of this trip.