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Travel Blogs from Athens

Unemployment is dumbing me down!

A travel blog entry by flashpackernat

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... the first train we saw and turned out it was the right one thank god! Met a cute man in the train who asked for my number and after I said no, offered me his map as along with an apology for his actions! So polite! He's only asked me for number he was t rude or creepy at all. If Greek men are all that polite with brilliant smiles, I'm going to love it 😄 After I sent us in the wrong direction ...

Ancient Athens

A travel blog entry by beverlyndavid

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... much info to absorb but our guide, who was very knowledgeable, was determined to tell all!There were crowds of people as we ventured past the Parthenon, the Temple of Athena but we were able to marvel as how well preserved this site had been considering it was built in 437-432 BC !Restoration has been taking place for some years and will continue for many more years to complete.We made our way back down the paths and steps, had a short refreshment stop before ...

Athens visit

A travel blog entry by alim58

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... stone masons from all around the world. Fascinating history! Next stop at the Athens Archeological Museum. Full of national treasures including statues, household products and tools and jewellery dating back to 330 B.C. We had free time in Central city, chance to check out the shops and had a McDonalds Greek burger - yummy- so we could use their free wifi! Great yo get some emails and Facebook updates. Really hard to get ...

Agora

A travel blog entry by lisaknitter

5

... an Odeon was built during the Roman period. Unlike a theatre, an Odeon has a roof and holds around 1,000 people - smaller and more enclosed than the traditional theatre. When the roof of the Odeon collapsed later, the area became a lecture hall for philosophers, because Athens was still a powerful cultural center until 150 AD and the rise of Alexander the Great. Even though the power of Athens had waned, it still held cultural and educational dominance - the Hellenistic dynasts ...

Squeezing It All In

A travel blog entry by traveldestinee

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... city. It was even cooler to see the Bema where the apostle Paul preached and was put on trial. A group of us gathered with the Covingtons and took turns reading passages from 1 & 2 Corinthians. It was definitely a special moment. After Corinth we headed to Mycenae, which is where they think they found Agamemnon's grave. It was HUGE grave and then we explored their fortress. It was placed perfectly between mountains, which would make it difficult for anyone ...

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