Hotel Argo Anita
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... off one driver who had a package for us. Then we spoke to Emmanuel and accepted his package. It was an offer to take us in to the Acropolis, help us visit the sites we already had in mind and bring us back at a yet to be determined time but no later than 5.30 which was All Aboard. 100 euro. We had a brief conflab. When did we pay? Not until the end and not if we had not had a good day! Well that meant he had to trust us really more than we had to trust him and we had been expecting to pay ...
... of the address for the office where we were to pick up our ferry tickets. We stopped a total of three people to continue asking for directions before we finally found our way. Picked up our tickets and feeling very good about ourselves for finding our way in a foreign city we head back to the bus stop to wait for the #10 Trolley.
That is what we were told. The #10 trolley. Now, I guess in my American mind, I inserted open air trolley. I think a ...
... so we decided to stretch our legs with a stroll around the neighbor. It was very successful and included a trip to to both the grocery store where we got some food including some Greek cheeses, and a trip to a bakery where we got some more treats including baklava, and all those things for under €10. The rest of the night just saw us relaxing on our balcony(!!!!) playing cards and enjoying our spoils. Until next time, love to you all - ...
This morning we docked in Athens. Everyone was up bright and early in an attempt to beat the crowds at the Acropolis. On the dock we met a boisterous Greek man whom offered to take the 10 of us (Ryan & Cheryl were doing their own thing today) on a 4 hour tour of Athens for only 300 Euros. First we stopped at a scenic spot overlooking the harbour near Piraeus where we stopped for photos. Then we went to the Temple of Olympian Zeus where we could buy ...
After quite a long trek, we are in Athens! Yay! Kyle used his Boy Scout skills to help navigate us west to our hotel, Central Athens. It is beautiful, although it has the smallest elevator I've ever seen. After our first ride in it, we've been taking the stairs! We dropped off our bags quick and headed to dinner. Our adorable bell hop, Demitris, told us about a cute little dinner spot, Tzitzikae. We tried to follow his directions and eventually ...