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... everywhere and showed me many charming corners of the city; in many places we were not too far off from the main streets but you easily had the feeling of being in a completely different place, none of the possibilities being that of a huge city. For hours we explored all of the must see spots in his mental list; his knowledge of the area coupled with his energy ...
... some time in there we headed out to check out some shops. The first stop had to be the jewelry store we were dying to go to, Kapetanakis. The day before some other girls had gone there and gotten the cutest rings. We walked in and found five other girls from our class who had the same idea. Ten minutes later we were leaving unbelievably psyched about our purchases. Naturally, the next stop had to be Starbucks. We got ...
... of Greece is that people are very pushy and sometimes downright rude. Crazy as it seems, people in New York City are much nicer!
But that's okay, because once we got to the island of Aegina, all memories of anything "urban" disappeared. I couldn't be happier with my pick of Hotel Vagia as our home base on the island. We did a lot of walking and all of it was enjoyable. We saw Agia Marina, the temple of Aphaia, Vagia ...
... made a bit more sense. We saw the Parthenon, Erechtheion, Odium of Herodes Atticus, Propylea and Pinakotheke. Obviously you all know what they are. We enjoyed walking around all these sights, taking photos and learning more about the history of the Acropolis. We walked over to Areiou Pagos which is a huge rock that overlooks the city. I found it pretty awesome to be at this place as it is mentioned in the bible. It's referred to as Mars Hill (Roman name) and is where Paul ...
... surprised that entry was free of charge today (due to being Good Friday i.e. a public holiday). The moment I caught first sight of the Parthenon I almost squealed with excitement. After learning about Athene and the Parthenon while studying Classics for two years in high school and having had an interest in Greek mythology since my early teens, I think this had to be one of the highlights of ...