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... hill. The hill gave us an incredible view back towards the Acropolis and over Athens. This was another tourist hot spot and we had to fight for a position to take photos. We tried to do a group photo but another group of tourists arrived and wouldn't move so we could take a photo. How rude!!!
The port was a bit of a walk from the city so we took the opportunity to catch up on ...
... no one tries to stand out or be more "authentic". Instead it is all pretty much the same as an American food court meal. Probably to meet our American palates. Next we went to Hadrian's Library which really was a bathhouse much like the bar in Eau Claire near the University was called the "Library." We did a little strolling through the shopping of the Plaka area and then went tot the Temple of Zeus during the daylight hours. After such a busy day, ...
... t too familiar with how to use it. But once we got to the square Luke was no where to be found. But as grown adults we decided we were up for the adventure of finding our own way home. So all 21 of us headed out to the metro station right by us. It wasn't the same one we had taken to the square so we were going to have to switch trains, luckily one of the girls named Lauren had a map and it seemed pretty similar to the London tube so I wasn't worried. 20 ...
... the city, lots of atmosphere with lots of restaurants, bars and people.
Points to Note - we found parts of the city quite rundown and dirty with stray dogs roaming the area.
- definitely a culture of eating, drinking and at great atmosphere around the restaurants.
- we had A Greek night with moussaka, Slovakia and ...
... the incredible skill the Greeks must have had to build these structures with the technology they had, and Nena told us stories from Greek mythology associated with some of the buildings. We spent some time marveling at the massive Parthenon and taking pictures before finally making our way back down the hill.
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Right before we left the Acropolis, we were able to climb up Areopagus, or Mars’ ...