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... rocks underfoot were marble and quite slippery! The view at the top was stunning and again all the monuments were amazing..but you can't go past the main attraction of the Parthenon. We had a 20 minute chat then half hour to walk around and take some photos before venturing down into the plaka region for some lunch and a little bit of shopping. Only in the flea markets though as being Sunday all the shops were closed. I had a yummy giros at lunch and sat with 5 other girls which ...
... Had a great geography lesson which included Findlay finding out that American has many more races in it than black Americans. Anyhow a night in Manchester which included conversations with several taxi drivers trying to fix prices from the airport to the Holiday Inn some 5 miles away for 20 GDP , anyhow the fifth one in line was able to run a meter and it cost 8.50 GDP. Travelled on Easy-jet . yes we've all seen ...
... A great treat to finish our holiday.
When we arrived we were able to move straight into our room so extra time to enjoy.
A quick look at our rooms and off to explore Athens. We found the city to be bubbling with people enjoying a beautiful summer Sunday. Lots of street stalls and little shops open. Cafes and restaurants full of happy people.
Those same ladies trying to sell us ...
... visions of a repeat of the Vatican experience. The acropolis is amazing and we end up spending too long there, again not taking notice of the time. We wanted to go to Hadrians Arch, which we found, the Temple of Zeus , which we also found but the Olympic Stadium was just a bit too far. We had to find and catch the hoho bus to get back to the ship in time for leaving. Kelvin missed this whole day as he had a tummy bug that ...
... to themselves. The Matrix is THE post-modern cinema feature to capture this antipathy towards what we think we know. And everything remotely classical or classicist, of course, gets gustily tossed out the window with the intellectual baby, bathwater, crib and all the toys. Greece is always the first to go over the post-modernist gunnels because what most historians call western culture was born and nurtured in Greece before Alexander ...
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