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Travel Blogs from Athens
... as for it will be very educational to anyone. The temple is just a natural beauty and a must see!
The Odeum of Herodes Atticus is a second century theatre built into the hillside. It was hard to believe this ancient theatre still has concerts and plays still performed in it to this day. This theatre was like no other! The first thing I saw when I got there was a performance of an old Shakespeare play. The tour ...
... was at number one. We were at number five. We couldn’t get to number one. After we decided to leave the baggage claim area and hope Laura had noticed the glass wall, it became apparent quickly that she hadn’t. We did a lap inside the arrivals terminal, a lap outside, Julie begged the scary looking security guy to go and check for her, we tried to work out what flight she went on, until finally we just decided to wait her out. ...
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We started our day with breakfast at the hotel and some swimming at the free beach.
Kelsey and I shared a baguette with olive oil and feta at the beach before heading back to our room to shower and leave for day 2 of the Plissken festival!
We decided to be a little adventurous and take a bus to Athens instead of the typical tram. ...
Friendly, modern (sort of), stray dogs, cute cops.
We awoke to a lovely warm day and for the first time on this trip, went out for a proper breakfast that I didn't have to cook myself. We settled on an outdoor café near our hotel.
Another culinary first me…I drank my first ever cup of coffee. It came with the meal and I had forgotten to tell the waiter not to bother bringing it. Once it arrived, ...
... the neighborhood a bit. We were directed towards a square down the street with a cluster of stores and restaurants. We walked to the square and settled on an outdoor café to eat lunch before having to get back to the hotel and start work. Later that night we went back to the same square and had a really tasty gyro pita for 2Euro from a primarily take out place that was open late night. It was an interesting walk at night to the square in that neighborhood; not ...