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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... lobby to use the internet, and will go back up when it is darker! I will post a pic tomorrow. We are planning a big today tomorrow, as we leave first thing Wednesday morning for Mykonos. BTW, Athens is a wonderful city. All shades of white and cream buildings for miles. Lots of little streets filled with interesting and unusual shops.Plenty of people about ...
... fascists, creating a surge of people, allegedly to beat the Golden Dawn supporter up. After some time of waiting outside the police barrier, the anti fascist protestors moved back to the university where we began and left in groups, just in case fascists and police decided to gang up up on the protestors when they left. History cannot be allowed to repeat ...
... before going out for dinner. On our way to the restaurant 1 of Shanah's havianas broke so I did the dash back to the hotel to get her shoes, and extremely thankful it hadn't happened up at the Akropolis. After a fantastic Greek meal of kebab, souvlaki, Greek wine and beer we went home for some more Ouzo. This is definitely my new favourite spirit and after a little turned into a lot, it had its own chant 'Ou-zo, Ou-zo, Ou-zo'. The next day was our last day in Athens and we only ...
... of home wash over us (they used the word "verskriklik"! It gave me shivers. I told you: like perverts). The only thing left to do in Athens was to while away the time before we needed to catch our plane. So we taught ourselves how to play Cribbage in a tiny vegan cafe (best carrot cake in Europe, who knew?) until eventually the waiter said he was cutting us off. ...
... years by tourists walking over them... but we finally reached the top and the views were worth it. The Parthenon was built by the Athenians to honor Athena, Goddess of Wisdom, for she gave them the olive tree and they loved her. It took over 600 years to build. Can you imagine?? My goodness! The one area I was most looking forward to seeing is known as The Porch of Maidens. I don't know if I told you the story or not but in the 1800s, Lord Elgin saw ...