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We had arranged another private excursion for Athens through Cruise Critic. The group was mostly the same as the people we had toured with at Ephesus with the exception of 2 people. We headed straight to the Acropolis before the crowds got too busy and the sun got too hot. ...
Very close to Vravrona where we are staying these days (eastern side of Attica) there is the Museum of Ancient Vravrona. We visited it and I found the exhibits of great interest.
Undoubtedly worth visiting!
... we were so lucky! It was quick and easy in the embassy and I was then heading back to the police station when I met Dane in the street. He had the police report in his hands and had finished already. The only thing was the report was in Greek and to be submitted with the claim it would need to be translated into English. The police officer had told Dane that if he were to take the report to the Australian Consulate that they would be able to help, so we looked up the ...
After we finished touring England, we flew to Athens. There we saw many amazing sculptures and ruins, some even from the romans. We learned about the greek culture and history. We hiked up tho the acropolis and toured through the parthenon, which was built for the Athenian's patron goddess, Athena. There it was told that Athena held victory in her hand! Also, in ...
... sites open. However, until probably 10:30 it felt as though Nick and I had the entire city to ourselves. Other than one other couple we didn't see anyone else until later in the morning. It was great - no crowds and no lines - something to enjoy before heading to Italy. By 9:30 I was ready for caffeine and we stumbled into a street filled with cafés - about 4 blocks long of individual, tiny cafés each with about 5 bistro sets. We sat and enjoyed coffee ...