Eretria Village Club
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... After lectures we had some time on top of the Acropolis to check out the view of Athens and walk around the Parthenon. Unfortunately, half of Europe seems to be under construction. We could still see the Parthenon, but since they’re doing a huge project on it now so they can reopen it, the front had scaffolding on it. After we walked around we headed for our last stop of tours for the day, the Theater of ...
NOTE: Sunrise here was of course much more beautiful than what the photos show. I could have taken much better ones. I did not though!
Do you want to know why?
Only because nothing could stop me from jumping in the water....even if I had along my camera all 3 mornings.
No second to spare for photos! Watching all this from the water is really what makes the difference!
... freshly baked cookies have been replaced with two types of cake. A simple recipe of orange flavored cake and a chocolate one. I found the chocolate cake quite dry for my tastes, while the other one touched perfection.
Condensed milk is not that pleasing or matching well with cereals and I was quite disappointed that the cuisine continues to use this kind of milk even today.
GREEK TAVERNA: The Blue Lounge Greek Taverna is a very inviting spot at ...
... amazing views and she wasn't wrong! We paid a visit to A this for Athens and 360° and enjoyed the view before stopping for drinks at a little place on the corner. On our last day in Athens we took the Metro to visit the 2004 Olympic stadium. Unlike other host countries Athens didn't use any pop-up venues and built a whole new ground. They also neglected to set up any kind of plan or use for these state of the art structures after the games therefore ...
... masterpieces of the period were erected on its ground. In the distance we can see Mars Hill
The monumental entrances to the sacred area dedicated to Athena, the patron goddess and namesake of the city. Protecting the main entrance to the Acropolis, is the Ionian temple of Apteros Nike, which is in the process of being restored. The Acropolis is made up of many buildings and temples. During the Classical period three important temples were erected on the ...