Golden Age Hotel Athens
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- Continental Breakfast
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Brilliant blue sky, some cloud in the afternoon. 26°C
We started out this morning at 8:45 with our Athens guide. They amended the itinerary as there was the possibility of strikes and demonstrations later in the day (the metro wasn't going to be running from 10 am - 5 pm) so we did our bus tour of the city first. We were amazed at the lack of …
... visit back for the rest of my life, it would be Italy: Tuscany, Como, Venice, Rome, the riviera... I simply cannot pick a favorite 6. The Netherlands - with summertime Amsterdam still clear in my mind as one of the happier weekends of my life 7. Denmark - Copenhagen is beautiful, the rest nice enough 8. Sweden - great quality of life and beautiful nature. The archipelago is second only to the Greek islands ;) 9. Belgium - the trip is worth it, if only ...
Restaurant dodging. There are many faces to this ancient city. The airport is modern, bordering on ugly. No so much visually but functionally. Maybe there was a glitch when we landed or something, someone forgot to turn on the luggage conveyer, something went wrong. Good news was it was sunny and warm and there's tons to see. The Acropolis, the museum, the ancient city ruins that are literally everywhere in ...
... to use the resort porter service for the bags. Big mistake. Took them 45 minutes to return with the bags and PJ who was melting in riding jeans.
Headed for Kotor, slightly north along the coast and its famous walled city. Stifling hot in stop start traffic. Got there and parked outside the walls. Changed and headed in for a walk. Really nice inside. Very well worth the effort to come here. Had a stroll about the place wondering at the architecture and soaking up the feel, ...
... ancient hands is incredible here. As we sit in the shade and try and take it all in, selfie sticks abound. Nobody looks at the view, just the screens of their devices. Everything is viewed through a border. As we slowly circle back towards our entry point we see an man in a pit against the wall digging for artefacts. Slowly and purposefully placing the shards in small buckets. As we exit the Propylaia gate we look straight down into the Odeon ...