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... by hearing about the financial dramas they've had in the last couple of years (yes I occasionally listen to economic related news) and wow, it certainly was. Everywhere I looked on the four hr drive was filled with derelict buildings, unfinished projects (railway stations, buildings, roads), and there was just no one anywhere. There were stray dogs which made me really sad - one looked just like roxy when ...
... walk up to the Acropolis. The sight was definitely worth it. The height alone makes it for a spectacular view. I walk around for a bit, but then decide I'm too hot and can't handle the crowds any further. I go down a different route and found myself wandering through a mixed neighbourhood of chic shops and run-down buildings covered in graffiti. It's a bit early, but I decide to go for lunch. I eat half my salad and iced coffee as my mind is playing thoughts other than what I ...
... I had a coke for dinner at the hotel, the others all went to get gyros but my tummy wasn't dealing well with the smell of food so we stayed behind. Out washing was ready at 9:30 and we had to walk through the streets in the dark which was a bit scary but there was ************e around anyway, Erin says no one goes out for dinner or anything until about 11 here! Spoke to mum and dad, well tried the internet in Greece is terrible, before having a nice shower and getting into ...
... Apparently, 40% of the population still smokes. We found this really difficult as the corridor and the lobby would often smell of incredibly strong cigarette smoke; I think Camel brand cigarettes are still in fashion and I noticed one lady smoking a slim cigar. We shifted to another room on the second day to try and avoid the smoke and not only got a much bigger room (nice one) but we also had an uninterrupted view of the Acropolis from our balcony.
After a short cut became a long cut we luckily made it to Parliament just in time to watch the changing of the guard ceremony. Being a Sunday the street was closed off and a small parade accompanied the guards. We found the uniforms and the way they march so bizarre. Wandered a little around town visiting the flea markets once more before finding a cafe to relax in, soaking up the midday sun. Energy levels back up we walked up the hill ...