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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... br> It's a bit of wasted day I felt. We just had lunch then I went back up to the pool to read and have a drink while the others slept off last night's hangover. In the afternoon I walked down to the small town, which was about 20 mins walk away from us. I stopped in at a small shop and bought some olives, honey, fruit and a drink, before finding a spot on the beach and eating my olives.
I spent pretty much my entire day on the Acropolis today, and it was amazing. It's been one of my dreams for a long, long time to stand on the stage of the Theatre of Dionysus (even though it's illegal), and though, I knew I'd be tempted to jump the ropes, I also knew that I wouldn't jeopardize getting thrown out in order to do it. So walking in to the Acropolis, I'd already decided that I was just going to enjoy being there, at the birthplace of modern theatre. I was ...
... night and again on a 5 minute bus ride this morning.
The Greece trip has 49 people on it and already not all of them are time conscious. Hmmm could be interesting but will await developments. Missing my buddies from the Turkey tour! We formed a back of the bus coalition (BOBC) and, when the rest of the crazy tourists manoeuvred their way to the favoured front seat position we remained (for the most part) locked to our seats in ...
... from a 28ish year old Iranian man who continued to insist that I had Russian heritage and showed great interest in the "Land of the Kangaroo". He did try to add me on Facebook. Fun. By the time I landed I was dead on my feet, and never so happy to see a stranger holding a sign with my name on it. I do remember noting a Greek Ikea on my trip back to the hotel, but after that it was all just a battle to stay awake until I finally got to ...
... rock' (the Acropolis). Because Angelina tends to be tactile in how she likes to explore her world, she got yelled at twice by the guards. Apparently they don't want those 3000 year old exhibits to get any fingerprints on them. We were also not allowed to take pictures, so the focus becomes one of experience rather than recording. We did lots of walking and ended our day at what is fast becoming 'our' outdoor restaurant (which are many and everywhere ...