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... the fines are not always paid, hence the fines were recently increased!!!
Maybe the Greeks need to make sure that all fines and all taxes are paid! Could perhaps help their current economic crisis. I found it quite sad to drive around some of the buildings in Athens, to be told that they are not being maintained because the Government has no money!
One of our guides, who spoke very well about Athens, said that Greece is on their knees. Bribery and ...
... at the spot that Leonidas took 300 of his Spartan solders against hundreds of thousands of Persians and funnelled them to a very small land area between the sea and the hills. They fought for 3 days but were betrayed and the Persians were led around behind the Spartans to flank them. All 300 died. "THIS IS SPARTA" Monasteries: To get away from invading forces trying to kill them the monks came here to hide. They built them high on the hill and ...
... missed it. The train announcements were
actually quite clear, but it was dark, and all very stressful even though we
had the timetable for the route. However we got off at the right place, though
with some difficulty as the bags had got a bit tangled up in the small
vestibule and the train steps were very high. We went out to the station area,
but our taxi was not there. There were a couple of other taxis, one of ...
... like something out of the movie Avatar. We got very lucky with the weather as well because yesterday was very cloudy, and the forecast for the next four days is rain, and we managed to get a mostly dry day. It was grey for most of the day with the sun only poking through a couple of times. But every time it felt like it was going to start downpouring, and we even felt a couple of raindrops, it just stopped. The weather was definitely on our side ...
... Tombs Museum, which is still not particularly well-known as a tourist site, so that's pretty much the only thing there. It may not be a big tourist spot, but the tumulus, or ancient burial site, is definitely a great place to see. Unfortunately, we weren't allowed to take pictures, but it was an incredible experience. There were lots of ancient artifacts like pottery, royal headpieces, armor, and weaponry. The tombs of Phillip II and the Macedonian ...