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... find the Athens Sports Bar. This was the closest bar which guaranteed the game would be on and we found, from their website, that there was a laundromat next door. The game had a good result for us Kiwis but it was stressful for the last 10 minutes. We might be back tomorrow for the Australia/Argentina game.
Back to the apartment with the Acropolis and Parthenon all lit up on our left. We will get up there in a few days ...
... plates of savory dips and vegetables and a wide range of meat and fish dishes cooked in several different ways. In contrast to hors d'oeuvres, Mezze includes the main meal itself.
Some examples of the variety offered:
Taramosalata, houmous, crushed olives, tzatziki, tahini dip, pickled green olives, loukanika, koupepia (dolmades), lountza, halloumi, souvlaki, sheftalia, keftedes, afelia, ...
... and sat around talking and meeting everybody. The group are really nice and welcoming. We were a little worried coming into a group that had already been together for so long, but they made lots of effort to welcome us and make us part of the group. On Tuesday morning we got up and packed up the camp site. We had a long drive to Kavala. We stopped at Thermopylae and the statue commemorating the legendary Spartan warriors ...
Our last night on Milos was particularly memorable. We dined yet again on another fine meal of the freshest seafood and witnessed perhaps the most spectacular sunset that either of us had ever seen. The sunset was so colorful that even the restaurant staff were taking time out between waiting tables to get a quick photo.
Our return to Athens had a lot to live up to and I wasn't sure I was ready for a city again. ...
... if the originals are in the British Museum. It graphically illustrates how much was taken by Lord Elgin and our guide encouraged us lodge our complaints and demand their return.
The Museum was excellent. We then walked up to the top of the Acropolis to see the ancient ruins up there. There are a number of buildings - not just the Parthenon, in various states of repair. There's a lot of work going on preserving what's left of the ancient structures ...