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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). ...
... Sites; the Acropolis of Athens and the medieval Daphni Monastery. We will visit the Acropolis today which is an ancient citadel located on a high rocky outcrop above the city of Athens and containing the remains of several ancient buildings of great architectural and historic significance, the most famous being the Parthenon. Steve and I had visited a replica of the Parthenon last year when we toured the USA, in of all places, Nashville! It had been built as one of the ...
Having sailed through the night from Katakolon, Greece, we sailed into the port at Piraeus at around 7am on 14 July 2014. This is the third biggest port in the Mediterranean. There were 5 or 6 other cruise ships that entered Piraeus throughout the morning. The day was meant to be a magnificent fine 28C, however by the account of some, it made into the mid 30C's. It was quite hot, however a great day all the same. After watching ...
Word of the day
Meli ( Mee-lee)- Honey
Xiexie (she-eh she-eh) Thank you (Tricked you! This one is Chinese. I am learning some words from my new Chinese friends, who are MBA students on our trip.)
Phrase of the Day
Pos sas lene?_ (poh-sas Leh-neh)_What is your name?
Ni Hao ma- ( Nee how mah) – How are you? – *Chinese, again!
Today was our first day of class in a while. In International Business we addressed ...
The tours were not rushed and we also had several photo stops. By noon we were on our way back to Athens.
Along the way, Maria mentioned the winter season of central Greece and that they get snow and it gets "really" cold; as cold as -2…those poor people…lol
We had a lunch stop and a couple of bathroom breaks along the way and also stopped at the site of ...