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A late night last night sitting at the bar enjoying the gorgeous view of the Acropolis meant we had a late start. Walked for about six hours starting with a stroll through the Plaka area, which is the old part of Athens and is where our hotel is situated. This led us to the Acropolis and the Parthenon. Such a huge area and so amazing to think we are walking on the same stones as people walked on two thousand five hundred years ...
... the trip north is a long one. We had lunch in a small Taverna, which was very nice - good to have some local food for a change as the hotel food is very western.
We then travelled north to the small town of Kalambaka built at the foot of the majestic grey rocks of Meteora. This is a unique phenomenon of nature – 24 perpendicular rocks where 600 years ago Byzantine monks and nuns chose to worship God and build ...
... at the base of the Acropolis. Dinner was very good but you have to be careful here where the bring things like bread or bottled water and charge you for them even if you did not ask/want them. My Souvlaki was very good and so was the Sangria! We made it home by 10pm just when the rest of Athens was heading out on the town. Our hotel was a bit off the beaten path in a more neighborhood type area but we negotiated it fine. When we got in our room, we crashed and crashed ...
... in more depth, referencing our professor's experiences in South Africa during the apartheid. Additionally, we began discussing different types of currencies and their values relative to each other. In Entrepreneurship, we discussed the entrepreneurial aspects of the sites we have visited so far. For example, the coin museum shows the growth of currency from coin to paper money. We learned that the Chinese developed paper money as a new idea that would allow them to pack ...
at Dr. Camp’s house in Athens. We had to take the metro to get there, which was
a fun experience. He ordered pizza, which we happily devoured! Also, we had an
additional celebration that day. It was Dr. Ryder’s birthday! We all sang to
him and had two birthday cakes, both of which were delicious. Before we left
for the night, we made sure to thank Dr. Camp for welcoming us into his home and sang “The Lord
Bless You and Keep You” for him. ...