Golden Age Hotel Athens
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Had a fantastic breakky at the hotel, followed by a walk to the pier to find out where we would be leaving from. Glad that we did as it was quite a walk and not near where we thought. We eventually found the great lady sitting in port and went back to check out and head there after checking out. We had our cases taken from us by a Cunard employee and then directed to a big air conditioned tent where we waited till we were called in groups. We were the first group ...
... the torches from every single Olympic Games along side the event poster and also the the massive torch that is used to light the small ones that are then carried to the city hosting the games that year. I'm gutted I didn't make it to the stadiums that housed the 2004 Olympic Games even more so now. My last stop alone is the Theatre of Dionysus. It's at the base of the acropolis I climb into the seats and find a spot up towards ...
... coffee and the apartment was ready before we were.
Iced-coffee in Greece is a real thing at the moment. You can get an cappuccino freddo or espresso freddo. The big thing is the cappuccino freddo. N loves it. It's iced black coffee with cream on top.
Later that day, we walked down to the Panathenaic Stadium and did the audio tour. It was really quite well done. It's not an ancient stadium, built for ...
... was to throw at police and politicians. The Parthenon dates back to 432 BCE and stands atop of the Acropolis. The term Acropolis refers to the rocky hill that rises 156 metres above Athens. It is a natural fortress since it is inaccessible from all sides except the west side where the entrance was located. From the earliest times it has been both a fortress and religious centre of the state.The Parthenon Temple was originally dedicated to the Greek goddess Athena. ...
... you sing songs that aren't in your language is a bit nerve racking, but lets sing songs not in our language but in the language of the audience. I was pleasantly surprised that the kids of the school appreciated us singing songs they knew. "Yerakina" and "Dance of Zalongo" were the two that they seemed to react to the best. "Yerakina" would have been a song they learned when they were young kids. "Dance of Zalongo" is a much more serious song that they would ...