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... like cheating :) 24. Serbia - quirky and interesting, Belgrade us a quick, but fulfilling weekend away from Athens 25. Bulgaria - interesting capital, surrounded by beautiful, leafy mountainous areas 26. Slovakia - outshone by Prague, still humble, small Bratislava is lively, fun and youthful and well worth your time 27. Turkey - Istanbul is amazing, so much more to explore 28. Spain - impossible to fit this diverse country in one line, Barcelona ...
... The birthplace of Democracy will be tested. If there's one thing and one thing only I've learned here its that my Baklavas better. So there, I've said it. Feels good to get that off my chest. Greek drivers. They drive with the same passion they have for using their credit, reckless abandon. They're tall and short. Happy and grumpy. Their economy is suffering but they're not treating refugees the way ...
... best. Apart from the expansion joints on bridges either missing, or sticking up in the air (alot) or huge heaves in the tarseal, or no seal, or car swelling pot holes, and slumps like you just had to see to believe.
When the trucks crawl through them you know they are big. But many of the drivers are arseholes. Particularly if they drive black Mercedes M Class. Big guys, sun glasses, either Police, Politicians, or other criminals, because the law didn't apply to them as ...
... trains I needed to catch etc. So once all set up in my room & had a shower starting to feel better, however still bloodshot eyes & swollen legs haha I went on my merry way for a walk to one of the destinations she had told em about which was going to give me a 360 degree view over Athens. Well, the bloody train system is an underground system like London, except I couldn't hardly read it or pronounce the stations where I needed to ...
... by another tourist who told me a little bit about Athens; he also told me how to say hello in Greek, it was "Γεια σας." I found a restaurant with the tourist called "The National," it was a whopping $20 USD which is 17.96 Euros for one Cheese burger! The people I met in Athens were extremely hospitable just as they were in the ...