Golden Age Hotel Athens
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... good at reading signs around us so I just threw on my music and jogged back after we got out of the metro. I like traversing the streets on my own. I made it back in no time flat and got on my computer to write everything down. Again I don't think that I got everything. How can I? There is too much to write about. Even after writing for an hour I know I missed so much! But hopefully you got the gist!
If you are reading this, know that I am safe, and having the time of my life! ...
... My wallet!" We ran up into the crowd but the thieves had evaporated into the throng. When I had gotten elbowy I had to take my hand off my wallet pocket and whoosh, they had it. We figure it was a team of four or five thieves. They got 70 Euros and one credit card (and one nice anti-RFID wallet*) Protocol: Don't put all your eggs in one basket. Most of my cash, ATM cards, driver's license, and other credit cards were in my...Money ...
... before making our way over to the embassy super early for our appointments; mine was at 10.30am and Dane's was at 11.45am. We had lodged our applications online and had already been in and seen them prior to heading out to the islands so this was just the final step. We arrived in the lobby, gave our ID and headed up to the consulate office in the 6th floor. We happily sat in the waiting area when it suddenly occurred to me that I had left our original forms in with my ...
... the skyline but between the masses of tourists and the scaffolding there isn't much to photograph. The Temple of Athena Nike and the other temples are truly spectacular when you think of their original construction over 2000 years ago. A hidden gem however was to wander the actual park where Socrates and Plato taught their students ...
I have been teaching Greek mythology for 7 years now. There is something really beautiful and universal about the battle between good and evil, the thrill of unknown adventure, the triumph of epic heroes, and the reunion of lost love. As much as I have loved teaching the Odyssey, it has always just been a story for me – a great story, but a story none the less. That was until we stepped foot here in Athens.