BEST WESTERN Hotel Fenix
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... of about 10 words maps were a real challenge! She was so kind and made sure we were on our way at the metro before she went on with the rest of her trip. The metro was very clean and easy to use. So we headed to the Parthenon. We had read about the acropolis and how it reigns over the city..... But it was truly wonderful to see. Even with crowds of tourists from all over the world and blazing heat, it was magnificent. We were able to head over to ruins of a ...
... of some bread, tzatziki and fried zucchinis which was quite interesting. The next day we woke up late, strolled down to the local supermarket and bakery for our brekky. We then set off on a shopping adventure where we cleaned up with some bargains. After that we came back for an afternoon at the acropolis with views second to no other. Coming from a non history background I actually found it very cool, apart from the bit where I slipped over on the marble.. Not so ...
... hotel checkout procedure. For the ferry, the professor chose three captains to watch over groups of students and escort them to/from on ferry food. They automatically chose the three kids of Greek heritage on the trip as captains (myself included of course.) I’m actually Captain Morgan now.
We leave for Santorini in the morning! I can’t wait to see paradise.
... at 4:15. I hate flying!! The kids are great and sleep most of the flight. The flight is half empty and we’re able to lay across multiple seats. CAIRO, EGYPT We land in Cairo, Egypt, 4 hours later and the contrast couldn’t be greater. Gone are the green rolling hills and forests by the lake of black Africa. Now we’re in the dusty desert of the arabic Africa. Cairo is a huge city, dirty, smoggy, dusty with chaotic traffic yet parts are modern. The airport is very nice ...
... was a local school called Lycée Léonin. Lycée Léonin is a private high school in Athens that is known for being the oldest educational establishment in the country. We got to the school and quickly changed and freshened up, warmed up and then, as the kids started filing in, went out into the audience and greeted them! They were excited to have us and we were excited to sing for them! Once they all sat down we headed ...