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... in the way they constantly hassle each other, good fun. Volcano (and tour guide’s exuberant demonstrations of how this volcano works) interesting if windy. Hot springs on the side of one island not that hot but good to have a dip anyway -off the boat and swim over to the island. Not much on Thyrissia except some decent food that may have had mince in it SIGH...finish the day eyeing up another...non-existent sunset with the girls and a bit of dinner. Wind burned but a decent ...
... pins in the soles to amplify the sound of the marching and to make it very clear to all and sundry when the soldiers approach.
The process of changing the guards was undertaken with, quite literally, military precision. The new guards marched up, were inspected (and corrected) by the officer in charge - he straightened their hats, sorted out their tassels, made sure they were presentable for the task ahead. The old guards, with a great degree ...
... to my Rubens family: Mr. Dave, the concierge, and Nathan, the doorman.
The flight to Athens was only about 3 hours long, but with a 1 hour delay and the 2 hour time difference, we were at the airport around 6:30pm.
We are staying at the Hotel Grande Bretagne which is located right next to the Greek Parliament. In the area near the hotel, there are a lot of tourists. ...
... walked the km there. Losing Jayne somehow in the crowd. I backtracked and luckily she sat waiting where she lost us and so I was relieved..knowing her lack of directional navigation. After dinner in a Greek kebab restaurant we explored further down streets filled with touristy nice nac junk until we could finally see the Acropolis under lights. Snapped some photos and then back to hotel to write up this daily ...
After being in Scandinavian/Northern countries for at least a month we arrived in Athens, Greece last week and I was finally able to wear all the summer clothes I have been dragging around. Greece was an amazing adventure, a beautiful and unique country. There is no way I will be able to appropriately describe the landscape that Greece has to offer (so I'll just post photos at the end). But if you asked me to ...