Blue Sea Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
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... the originals are in the British Museum. It graphically illustrates how much was taken by Lord Elgin and our guide encouraged us lodge our complaints and demand their return.
The Museum was excellent. We then walked up to the top of the Acropolis to see the ancient ruins up there. There are a number of buildings - not just the Parthenon, in various states of repair. There's a lot of work going on preserving what's left of the ancient structures ...
... of the hill).
We decided to join Dave, his wife Maggie and some of the other travellers for dinner and a welcome drink. 13 of us gathered at a little local restaurant - we think the owner was Gepetto - for a delicious Greek meal washed down with several carafes of red wine - 10 Euro each! Absolutely exhausted we returned to the hotel and were sound asleep by 9pm.
Monday 6th April Happy 13th Wedding Anniversary to our daughter Stacey and her husband ...
... br> Remembrance of everything's temporary state,
Bringing myself to peace with this thought.
But, A goodbye IS a goodbye;
Never enough time to speak our mind,
Hold onto the last hug,
Savour the last kiss.
... were up to when we arrived in town, hoping off at Syntagma we made our way out of the station and down the pedestrian streets looking at all the different and very familiar shops. In the back of our minds we knew that it would be pretty cold soon and that warmer clothing would be essential.
Whilst we walked we picked up a couple of snacks and proceeded into the markets where nothing really took our fancy. Finding ourselves in almost the perfect location we ...
... since the first modern Olympics.
We took a meandering route back through the botanic gardens on the verge of fainting from heat stroke and hunger and stopped in at the first cafe we saw for some much needed Greek salad and tzatziki. It was a bit ponsy and a bit pricey - not a place we would usually look twice at, but were past caring by that point. Despite this, it was all very delicious. The salad was huge and magical, tzatziki was fresh and creamy and ...