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... on street art (there's TONS), few anecdotes about plans for the neighbourhoods - mostly these days they make do with zero funding for local events like colour festivals or...chocolate throwing festivals.. Longer day than anticipated but hey got a cocktail and some knowledge that i'll have forgotten in three months. Get nothing done - Turkey coming up quickly. Oh and asia later? No problem.
Second day checking out architecture (the Athens Academy etc, decorated with ...
... one whole end of the Parthenon, but it’s still an impressive sight - and amazing that any of it is still standing considering it was built around 438 BCE. With so much restoration work going on it’s a little hard at times to tell what is original and what is not - for example the Caryatids (the columns sculpted to look like women) on the Acropolis are actually ‘fakes’, with the real ones on display at the safer environment of ...
... journal, chief?) I was of course selected. Chosen.
Someone else in the pig pen, a European, observed "It's only [flights to] America that does this. The Israelis don't, and they have more reason to."
He's completely correct. The flight to Tel-Aviv left like any domestic route about an hour ago. No extra security.
The explanation is that the Israelis are ruthless, unabashed profilers. Racial, economic, the works. They would look at, ...
... our choice.
We had lunch at a restaurant Mum, Dad and I had walked past last night. I decided to have a light lunch Grilled Vegetables and Halloumi which was pretty tasty then we split up.
Headed back to hotel then started shopping YAY. Brought myself a throw over for my bikini and a skirt. Mel did the most shopping investing in a chess set which is rather impressive with all the detail gone into each piece she is rather found of it.
... to come a bit earlier than the fixed time and was greeted warmly by a nice young lady called Maria. Check-in was swift and friendly.
LOCATION: It could not be better! Athens is a city which can easily be explored on foot, and the location is ideal for this. Monastiraki Square and the Metro are just a 3 minute walk. In one outing you can have it all: A visit to the ancient sites, museums, the Acropolis, not to mention the many café bars, ...