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Happy fourth of July! Today was our last day in Greece. We explored more museums and archeological sites. We even visited the site of the first modern olympic games. Then we had a delicious last dinner and finished up with a walk around the Parthenon and crepes for dessert.
The first picture I attached is of me in front of the Caryatids, six female statues that hold up one of the temples on the acropolis. They moved the statues into the acropolis museum ...
... 052 for both of us including everything. (There might have beer a few things we forgot to record. Yes, intentional typo.) This did not feel in any way like a bare-bones trip; most of the time it felt somewhat indulgent if not downright luxurious. Goldilocks, again. (There are many ways to skin a cat, as well as to visit Europe. This is how we did it.) Enough about money. This trip was a celebration of our 30th Anniversary, and we loved (almost) every minute of ...
... was very loud. Luckily Don and I were both so tired we were able to nod off for most of the flight. Lack of sleep was defineitly catching up to us. As you descend into Athens and the clouds break you see the stuff of legends sprawled out below. The mountains chasing the hills to the sea, the breath taking views and the odd arrangement of homes and fauna scattered across the landscape.We landed in Athens at about 5:30pm. Our bags were there waiting for ...
Breakfast in comfort hotel was simple, juice(cordial) yummy banana yogurt, yummy chocolate croissant, and very hot fluffy cappocino. Didn't want to much else as we have a flight at 11.00am - brr flying again. After breakfast, brought luggage down and before we knew it, shuttle bus was there to take us to airport, dropped off at terminal 3, and checked in luggage thanks Mayra for telling us that we would be up for a fee to get ...
... every human rights convention, is reduced to this:
"Truly, Socrates, you have boggled me so completely that I would rather have a family of cicadas implanted directly into my ears than listen to any more of your diabolical questioning. I am ready to admit to anything you may say about cicadas, or any other grasshopper-like insect, if only you will desist."
And Socrates smiles and moves on to his next victim, and eventually they poison ...