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Travel Blogs from Piraeus
... back to the ship where we had a swim in the saltwater pool to cool down, and an icy drink (they do a really nice virgin strawberry daiquiri). It was soon dinner time followed by an early night due to me feeling ****** due to the stupid cold. If anyone ever visits Athens by cruise ship (docking at the Piraeus port area), definitely take a tour to maximise your time as it is hard to get around otherwise, and you will also benefit from having a guide. Over and out for ...
Today I'm having a very lazy day. After such a long amazing day in Santorini yesterday I had a nice long sleep, woke up around 12:00 and I'm just spending the day in the immediate port near the ship using the free wifi. Today's a turnaround day so we have all new guests joining us for the next cruise :) Until next time.... Aj ...
... hung over. I just wanted him to shut up. We got to the top, and it really was amazing. I was too annoyed at the stupid tour guide to enjoy it as much as I should have. I also had forgotten my sunglasses, which was a shame as it was so bright up the top. The Parthenon was absolutely stunning though, and I'm glad I saw it. We made our way down to the bottom, stopping to get iced lemonade, and waited for our bus. Once on the bus, our tour guide told us that it was time to start ...
... walked away holding his walking stick muttering to himself, but quite audible, ‘It bloody is, you know!!’
Whatever it was it still looked impressive and I’m sure had a great significance. We were told that the coastline of the Dardanelles was scattered with war memorials and I’m sure it would have been mentioned if one were in remembrance of the 1st World War battle at Gallipoli. With that, I told Roisin I was nipping back to ...
... the island we visited yesterday. We were able to get our bearings and also get a sense of just how sprawling Athens is. Since buildings can't be higher than the Acropolis, there are no skyscrapers, just a seemingly endless sea of short beige structures. We popped our heads in the church that sits atop the mountain, and then hiked back down to the bus. We pulled up to the Parliament building just in time to see the changing of the guards, which ...
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