Centre Ville Aparthotel
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Back in athens at night so stay At hostel an check out the city in the morning. Go up to the acropolis (hill with ancient ruins) am see the Parthenon an the Erechtheion which were incredible. Go to museum an check the history out then time to hit the road again. Got a journey too Budapest by the 8th so 4 nights to do 1900kms, another big leg! First night just make it to norther Greece for a night ...
... Remember, how far I told you the cab ride was to the a museum? Well,...guess who WALKED back? Yep,...you got! I had read about a neat gift shop, so we first located that, and then began the truck back to the hotel. OMG,...I thought my feet would possibly fall off the ends of my legs. It had to be a minimum of 10,000 miles! I was so tired, I didn't even want to go to dinner, so I picked up a cheese Danish, and a ham/cheese pretzel dog from one of the street ...
After a thoroughly enjoyable time in the Delta, we set off with our two Belgian friends back to Bucharest. We had envisaged returning perhaps the next day, but due to Tomas' need to get back to the city for his flight home the next day, and the fact that we were much enjoying their company, we decided to go with them.
Actually, me and Sarah set off on a different boat back to Tulcea, before hitting the ...
... Revolution monument, with an enigmatic rugby ball shaped bronze object pierced, or Impaled, on a white marble blade. Very strange! Someone has managed to get red paint up on the bronze “ball”, which we thought looked like it was meant to be part of the monument.
The tour ends at an outdoor music festival near the Romanian Athenaeum, a circular concert hall. We’ve been surprised at just how much impressive architecture there is ...
... even though man made, these fountains are a feast for the eyes).
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