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- Free parking
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Day 45 - Piraeus Greece
Today we visited Piraeus which is one of the largest ports in the Mediterranean Sea and one of the busiest in the world. Our guide explained Piraeus is one of the most important points of continental Greece due to its proximity to the capital city Athens. Piraeus has been the Athenian port since ancient times. It is made up of various ports which expand in the natural inlets of the Akti peninsula (approximately 10km south west of the city). ...
... Acropolis Restoration Project began in 1975 and is now nearing completion. The aim of the restoration was to reverse the decay of centuries of attrition, pollution, destruction by acts of war, and unfortunately misguided past restorations. We were amazed by its magnificence but saddened that so much of its history and signify at architecture had been lost. What remains however leaves you imagining it in its hay day and marvelling about how something so grand could have ...
... meet. Fuel is around USA$1.75 / litre, making it difficult to own a car. Those that do own a vehicle, generally have very small vehicles. In the street they park bumper to bumper, as well as around the kerb on street corners etc. They are meant to pay parking , however that is quite expensive, so they take the risk to park illegally and pay the fine if they get caught. This is no more than the daily parking cost. That means ...
... doesn't need me", since it seems sensible not to leave 5 kids in a pool by themselves.......) The food is of course Greek! Excellent bread, usually like French or Italian bread. Wonderful olives and fresh vegetables. We have a salad with every lunch and dinner, usually a Greek salad but sometimes more like coleslaw with a vinaigrette, not mayonnaise, dressing. Our group meals have all had set menus, and far too much food is served. Our guide says this is very Greek too, but it leads to ...
... route on the stairs and the guide kept stopping along the way so it made it easy. When we stopped to get our tickets a small corp. of soldiers were there with their rifles doing drills so that was pretty interesting. The whole acropolis is under going a massive restoration that will last another 9 years. Being all paid for privately by relatives of Aristotle.There was some scaffolding on one part of the Parthenon. But ...