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... good but we simply didn't have the time to do them.
The distances in the city are not great so we were able to walk to
the Plaka, the old part of the city centre and wander around the
narrow cobbled streets crowded with restaurants and little shops.
English is widely spoken here so we could ask anyone for information
and get an honest answer. However, when we asked the Visitors Centre
where to catch the X80 express bus from Athens to the port ...
... it. Despite the poor country, the graffiti and the dirtiness I was absolutely in love and found beauty in different places everywhere I turned. Not to mention all the babes. What the heck!? Greek gods is bloody spot on. Never seen so many handsome men in one place lol. I definitely hope to return. Hopefully one day with my family. Because they would love it.
"There are many wonderful things, and nothing is more wonderful than man." - Sophocles c.496 - 406 ...
... cages. We could easily have spent a few days drinking Sangria.....er.... I mean beer and gazing out towards the sea and the outlying islands. Ok, this blog entry is getting quite lengthy now. Congratulations and thank you kindly if you made it this far! If you can stomach more of my ramblings, I'll write again soon about our time in sunny London and Nottingham. If nothing interesting happens I'll just add a picture of One Direction so all the teeny boppers read the blog ...
... of Apteros Nike. Over the centuries, the rocky hill was often used, either as a cult place or as a residential area. The inscriptions on the numerous and precious exhibits to the sanctuary of Athena include marble korai, bronze and clay statuettes and vases, indicating that the cult of the goddess was established as early as the Archaic period (650-480 B.C.).
The visit was one extraordinary experience despite the fact that it was an annoyingly ...
... is at the memorial for all Greek soldiers who died in wars; sculpted on the wall is the Spartan soldier returned on his shield. Costumes and/or uniforms are quite unique and the march very complex with lots of high stepping. Besides the Acropolis, the Plaka is considered the oldest neighborhood in Athens. Centrally located, it has winding, narrow streets, just for pedestrians where we do just a wee bit of shopping and then a stop at a taverna for local beer ...