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... to my Rubens family: Mr. Dave, the concierge, and Nathan, the doorman.
The flight to Athens was only about 3 hours long, but with a 1 hour delay and the 2 hour time difference, we were at the airport around 6:30pm.
We are staying at the Hotel Grande Bretagne which is located right next to the Greek Parliament. In the area near the hotel, there are a lot of tourists. ...
... Eventually I found my way, but so confusing as I had to change lines and had to go above ground to change platforms, what a mission! Then a lady helped direct me towards where I needed to go once I had hopped off at my last train stop, I started heading up these back roads towards this mountain place & it was all up hill so my legs started killing me.. But then it got worse I had to climb about 200 stairs! When I reached the bottom of ...
Our freind Mariza is here from Mt Tamborine visiting her family. Her mum turns 60 this week so a big party was planned.
They live on a mountain overlooking Athens airport, so beautiful at night with all the light and they have a gorgeous outdoor area with stone paving, a really lovely setting.
What a night, amazing food, lovely company and plenty of Greek dancing and perhaps a few too many ...
... REALLY close. So we landed at the airport at 9:20 and arrived at our hostel at 1:30. Except we weren’t really there. The gal at reception says, "You are in our other building."
Once again it is important to note that I pride myself on my navigational skills. I am always the one that reads that map, that can find her way back to where she started, that sees landmarks, street signs, and has no problem getting around. However, by now I had no faith in ...
... headed out of town along the freeway for about an hour to Corinthos. A stop for coffee and we walked over the Corinthos Canal which was completed in 1893 and is 6.4 Kms long and 21.4mts wide at its base and it's walls are 90mts high. I remember this from my 1977 trip and it has not lost its impact. A fantastic piece of engineering, even though it is almost obsolete for all but tourist traffic now due to its ...