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Delicious breakfast again. Free hostel walking tour. We were late because it didn't start from hostel. Super cool. Saw Temple of Zeus, Hadrian's Arch, Hadrian's Library, The Zappion, stadium of first modern Olympic Games, national garden, changing of the guards, columns, and more!! ...
... decided against the High Tea (with a glass of bubbles); had a lemon eclair with chocolate sauce and a hot chocolate (probably would have been better value to have had the High Tea but it looked like it would have needed to have been shared; not the glass of bubbles, mind you!) Had my retail therapy hit at Attica, a fairly up-market department store; then wandered along some of streets of the Plaka - very interesting array of shops...can only ...
... We did have one particular low point as travellers on the Saturday when we had to take a trip to the local launderette in Amonia, a most salubrious (not) area of Athens. Up until now we have managed to get our washing done at local serviced laundries or at the hotel. Here we didn't have that luxury so we ventured to ‘easywash’, a mere 10 minutes walk away. We had thought it was pretty rough in our Athens residence but this took it to a new level and ...
... the boys were staying, a slightly dodgier area of Athens. Their hostel was unassuming from the outside but had a cosy inside area, a kitchen (albeit with ventilation issues) and a famous rooftop bar with spectacular views of the Acropolis lit up at night. We did spend most of our evening in the kitchen, discussing travels (theirs not mine), playing 'most likely' and drinking the local spirit Ouzo (which is 40% alcohol, tastes like licorice and ...
... most celebrated healing center of the Classical world. People came to be healed and for sanctuary. With prosperity came monuments and a huge theatre whose exceptional acoustics allow all 15,000 spectators to hear unamplified speech from the stage. Of course I climbed to the top row, and I could hear fellow tourists testing the sound.
Back in Athens, the tour hotel had a spectacular view of the Acropolis, adorned with the famous Parthenon. It ...