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... be explored on foot, and the location is ideal for this. Put on your comfortable walking shoes and set out through central roads which have been transformed into pleasant pedestrian walkways. In one outing you can have it all: the Acropolis, ancient sites, museums, unique photo angles, coffee breaks and of course Plaka, with its beautiful neoclassical buildings. If you feel tired at any point, use the subway to return back to the hotel.
... Athena. You need to use your imagination to
picture what it might have been like in Hellenic and Roman times, but it is
still very impressive. We then visited the theatre of Dionysos which is cut
into lower part of the hill. You could sit on the ancient marble seats
surrounding the stage, though the stage itself was roped off. We did not stay
too long as it was ...
After another late night, we managed to make plans with Margot and Liam to meet early and make use of the AM with the bikes, headed out for a swim and a snorkel at another beach at the far end of the island by the port. Refreshed and sobered up, we spent our last few hours in the island eating gyros and swimming in the refreshing hotel pool. Boarded our ferry back to Athens at 3.30... And prepared ourselves for the 7 1/2 hour journey. It was packed, then ...
... we sat for a little while then set off for our new found favourite treat. Greek yogurt with spoon sweets . We opted for traditional Greek you guest with walnuts and honey. sue tasted a little bergamot on the top of her as this was a new taste for her. It was midnight as we finished out sweets. As it was Bethany's birthday beginning this afternoon Australian time we videoed various people saying happy birthday to her in their different languages. We vibered her when we got ...
Day started super early - boat wake up call of 3.30am italy time 4.30am Greek time - but either way, with little rest it was bloody hard to function. We got tranny off the boat and hit the road - aiming for Athens. I was keen, whilst it was dark and cool, to pull over and get some rest - Owen was on a mission to make it there without having to travel in the heat of the day, as was nick who apparently not tied at all - so we compromised, I slept in ...