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Travel Blogs from Eretria
We arrived in Athens late on Friday night and left on Saturday evening.
To be honest this city was not our favourite, we probably didn't give it enough time but we didn't get a great feel wandering around either.
We didn't visit Acropolis as we have already visited a number of ruins in Turkey and we are heading to Rome next to we didn't want to overdo it.
24 OCTOBER 2012 - Up for breakfast, then pack and check out about 11.30am. We drive to Athens airport, car to be dropped off by 2pm and we arrived at 12.30pm, our flight 7pm so we will be having a lot of time at the airport to kill. So the car has now departed and glad to get rid of Dimitri which unbelievably was hopeless and cost extra 12 euro per day. No problems with the car, no damage and off we go.
Jokingly I said ...
... in a natural harbor on the south west part of Evia just opposite Attica prefecture, along the Evia narrow gulf.
It used to be an important city in ancient times and at the end of this entry I have some interesting facts about Ancient Eretria.
The beaches here are sandy with tiny little pebbles.
... lucky when it comes to weather conditions because we have an unbeatable climate. Our summers begin from May till the end of September, and if I had to write about Cyprus then summer out there is extended till the end of October.
In the summertime rich or poor are out at the beautiful beaches each day and night when not working….and speaking of unemployment, well you ...
... admire the Greek culture and I have to admit that in moments like these I feel proud to be a Greek.
Now a few words about the ancient theatre:
Although the ancient theatre of Eretria was built the 5th century B.C it continued to be used the 4th century B.C. It was a period when Eretria was flourishing. The year 198 B.C the city is destroyed by Romans and is subsequently rebuilt but of course this time the material ...