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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 ...
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 ...
Friday, June 13 -- AthensWoke at 8am and packed for the last time in Greece.
Breakfast downstairs in the lobby of our O&B Hotel just off of Ermou street, a busy street that turns into a shopping mall on the way to the Parliament building in the Center of Athens.
Walking the other direction we are only 1 block from the pedestrian walkway that leads around to the entrance to Acropolis and the Acropolis Museum.
By 10am we ...
... upon request, were bright and fluffy with a smell of freshness. Bathrobes and slippers were also provided. The Branded (Apivita) toiletries included a vanity kit, a shampoo/shower gel and body cream are an extra opulence touch.
BREAKFAST: Taken at the Parliament Restaurant. A rich American buffet breakfast with extensive choice of delicious cold and hot dishes, natural juices, pastries, dessert, seasonal fruit and many more.
There was anything you ...
... Jesus washing the feet of the Apostles. While there one can also see where Luke rests which shows his importance.
As we drove from the monastery to Athens, the class enjoyed listening to the final student presentation. For this presentation, Jazmine Battle, Lisa Crosswell and Emily Moore discussed information on sacred music of Greece. They first gave an overview where they discussed how this music is common in church services and how it uses a combination ...