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Pandmadventures stayed here on May 28, 2014 during their trip titled: Pandmadventures's Great Adventure.
... extremely second hand! We stopped for some cold drinks, James tried a cappuccino freddo which is a cold cappuccino with cream and ice, he thinks they are amazing! We then walked across to the temple of Olympian Zeus which was pretty amazing! To see the pillars standing with no support at all and the one pillar fallen and left. We stopped out the front on the way out to see Hadrian's arch which is also impressive. We picked up some salad rolls and at lunch in the park ...
... the other guards foot with their foot.
Hilarious! Surprisingly, they encourage people to pose with the
guards and take photos. The plan was to go to the Roman Agora and
Ancient agora, but again we'd run out of time, so we went to the
shopping district and looked around. I wanted to buy a new suitcase
as 3 out of 4 wheels are now broken, but couldn't find one I liked.
Had a dinner of a gyro platter at a place called Pita Pan (quite
nice) and went back to the hotel. ...
... Museum. Inside the museum are the sculptures and decorations from around the outside of the temples of Acropolis. There is also a collection of vases and other artifacts such as figurines displayed. The museum itself is built upon ancient ruins of a town that dates from roughly 900BC to 900AD. We had lunch at the museums cafe with a nice view if the Acropolis, then it was time for us to jump back on the ...
... in one of the main plazas there was now numerous pawn shops as people tried to recoup any money they could for items no longer needed (or they no longer could afford to keep).
After our tour we made our way into the Acropolis to visit the Parthenon. It was quite stunning, not only the monument but also the view it gave over the whole of Athens. With the hot sun beating down it became apparent we were on the way to a healthy tan (and this would only increase as ...