Golden Age Hotel Athens
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... usual poached eggs and toast breakfast, but Mom was excited to see that her favorite greek pastry, Boughatsa (filo with custard), was in the buffet.
We walked to the new Acropolis Museum which was being built last time we were here. The museum was beautiful. They uncovered an ancient city while building the museum, so the bottom floor is made of glass that is suspended over the archaeologic dig. This is what you should know about the Acropolis:
... where tonight we will be entering this 1,850 year old theatre for a concert. Athens - Part Three On reflection the only good thing about the Odeon music event was - the Odeon. You can't tour it by day so an Athens Festival event ticket was the only way. Worth it for the venue only. As we were heading out, apparently it was interval - at 11pm mind you, we were offered a re-entry pass for part two. We just laughed and hit the Cafe Regal. Here's the ...
... language. The site is even mentioned by Homer, who wrote that Sounion was a sacred place. Our guide said today’s historians have lost the meaning of the word.
So now let’s back up to the beginning of the day.
We were up really early, since our excursion got underway at the ungodly hour of 7:15.
First stop was the most famous landmark in Athens: the Acropolis, the hill on which the Parthenon and other structures ...
... the seams. The strike was for four hours – what were the chances it would be the four hours we needed to use it?
A little more waiting and I played Frogger again to go back to the ticket kiosk and ask how often this trolley came by. He told me every 10 – 15 minutes. I explained that we had been waiting nearly an hour and had yet to see one. He said it should be soon. I started back to cross the street.
For some reason, I decided to go ...
... things-all smoking; through the markets with plants and hardware supplies and little Greek Yayas and Papas haggling; down dingy back streets full of graffiti and loitering dogs. Then we would turn a corner and find an ancient column with a little fence surrounding it or look over our shoulder to see the Acropolis above us. Another time we looked down the lane to see ...