- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Marble atrium colonnade surrounding an open atrium that looks at the sky. The surrounding cloister was filled with posters made by the students. One of which said "Immigrants - Welcome! Tourists - "**** off!". We did not feel welcome.
Finally we headed back to the hostel. They told us we were free to go the moment we got out of the school but most everyone wanted to ditch there bags. So we all hopped on the metro and rode it back. At this point ...
... I was right in the doorway but there were a bunch of passengers pushing back at me. They were nicely dressed middle-aged men and women. I quickly side stepped them but, bam!, I was blocked again. I could see Joanne in the swarm of bodies out in the boarding area and she was getting upset. The doors were going to close. I got elbowy and rammed my way out. I immediately knew what had happened and reached down to touch my wallet. Gone! I yelled ...
... time to take advantage of the free breakfast that was put on by the hostel, which was quality with boiled eggs, fresh cucumber and tomato and Greek yogurt. So healthy!
The next morning was our big day with the Brazilian Embassy. How things panned out there would determine how long we had to stay in Athens and therefore how long we had to spend to get to Dubrovnik for our sail Croatia that was locked in for 6 September. We packed our bags and left them in storage at ...
... it was so breezy it was actually really nice and the view was magnificent. Easily my favourite day in Greece and a completely mind blowing experience. How do two kiwi girls get to be sitting on a bench by the Parthenon in Athens, Greece with the Greek flag flying in the background looking at that spectacular view? I still couldn't believe it all day.
We spent the rest of the day walking around a fancy area of Athens and having gelato and ...
Unfortunately the Acropolis is under scaffold (and will be for the next 20 years) as they complete restoration work. They are using laser measuring to create 3D images of the holes in this ancient structure (500 BC) which they then create exact marble or rock pieces which fit precisely in the gaps. It is still impressive and ...