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I had booked a transfer with Holland America because of the hour and all the complexities of my travel this time, so I was met by a taxi driver who spoke about as much English as I do Greek. Normally I can still manage a conversation with these guys, but this guy likes the overnight shift for a reason. Not a talker. He drove me to the hotel, where I checked in, put on my swimsuit cover up because I couldn't find my nightgown. ...
... a bit of a letdown that we had chosen it.
With the sun set and time getting on we decided it was time to get back to the airport, we had only managed to eat about half the platter and we were completely stuffed so we had it boxed to give to the less fortunate.
On the way back to the station passing through one of squares we came across a commotion with a rowdy bunch in green surrounded by riot police. Thinking we had walked into some kind of protest we ...
... the female agent wanted a hug when she raised her arms - too funny - she didn't - lol - it was pat down time again!! I was concerned because they seemed to be concentrating on electronics which were supposed to be fully charged. My camera was dead so I was glad they passed me by! No surprise I guess, after all I do look innocent :) Seriously though, security seemed to be upgraded in Athens and they were obviously concentrating on people in their ...
... they should be many of the main historical sights.
It was an extremely hot day and to the people who've told us that this is the perfect time to visit, we say, bah! It's way too hot for us, we prefer May / June.
We fly to Rome at 3.50pm today and arrive at 5pm, then take a train from the airport to our accommodation near Rome Termini.
Love A & ...
... and the other is Odeum of Herodes Atticus. The temples are the only two temples in Athens that still have no structural damage after all the ancient Greek fights fought in Athens tens of thousands of years ago.
The Temple of Hephaestus is an ancient Greek temple for the worship of Hephaestus, the god of the forge. This is one of the last temples that is still 100% intact after thousands of years. Touring this unique and ...