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... historical features of Athens.
I joined a tour group again to explore two of the most famous ancient attractions in Athens, which are still standing to this date. One of the temples is Temple of Hephaestus and the other is Odeum of Herodes Atticus. The temples are the only two temples in Athens that still have no structural damage after all the ancient Greek fights fought in Athens tens of thousands of years ago.
... back something very damn quick which I think was ‘That will be 5 Euros please.’ I handed over the cash and she gave it back. She got my muffin and coffee and then came back and rambled off something else in Italian. I think it was ‘There you go. I like your shirt today.’ I just finished with a solid ‘Grazie, ciao’ and ran away with my tray before she could say anything else to confuse me.
... requirements and hope that they’ll want us to come in on a few of our free days next week!
Kelsey and I shared (another) pork gyro for our lunch. It was a massive platter and we left feeling stuffed!
We came back to the room and lounged around doing homework until we were hungry for a snack. We walked to Starbucks, where the Wifi was absolutely pristine. We sat there for an hour reveling in being able to call our parents ...
... on the reconstruction, but they were nowhere near halfway finished. We visited the very small museum, and Birol made us try some berries from a tree outside. Next, we napped on our way to Marathon. We got to the site in which Melani gave her presentation on the Battle of Marathon against the Persians. We then visited the small museum and traveled to Skinias Beach nearby. We ate lunch and laid on the beach for an hour and a half. We got ice cream bars before we left. It ...
... at a Best Western right near the National Archaeological Museum. Unfortunately the area in which both are located has not faired very well in recent years. Storefronts were still open but from what we had read ahead of time, the area has gone through a tough time and does not feel like the safest place in Athens. Graffiti was the norm on most buildings and as a whole, the area had a dingy, depressed feel to it. Eight hundred meters doesn't sound like it is ...