Hotel Liberty 1
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... plane would take off 72 hours late. As I said many a times on school camps when kids wouldn't go to sleep. How can one thoughtless person ruin things for the whole group? And that was the start of it. Some goose checked his baggage but didn't get on so we had to wait while they searched for his luggage. That's what they told us. It will only be 5 minutes. 45 ...
... our wonderful adventure by taking us to the museum of acropolis. The evening just got better, professor Camp invited us over for dinner to his house. We all felt so honored. So we hopped on the metro, which was scary, and went to his beautiful home. He ordered pizza for us, which was the best pizza I have ever had, and then we all went to the top of his house on the roof and watched the ...
... gardens. Today was another beautiful day, and being Sunday, everybody was out and about. The huge Monastiraki flea market was in full swing, selling everything you can possibly imagine. It has a reputation for being a haven for pickpockets and Gypsies and we were swooped on by kids and adults trying to sell us stuff or grab our gear. Someone shoved something right in front of my face and I'm afraid people that I lost my ...
... laughable (for your entertainment):
--after using toilet paper, we have to throw it in the garbage (ewwwww)
--our apartment does not have a toaster or microwave
--we don't have a laundry machine here; the closest one is at school, so we have to haul our clothes a whole 5 minutes away. Life is rough. ;)
--my theology professor has both a heavy Greek accent and lisp. We struggle to understand her.
--we have a bathtub; not a shower. We ...
Athens! It was a "must do". When we first started looking at possible itineraries, Athens needed to be a part of it, and we studied architecture and mythology to get ready for it. This was another port where we didn't like the tours offered, so we figured out what we wanted to do, learned from those who visited Athens before us, and struck out on our own. Our goal was to get to the Acropolis before the tour groups. We did a pretty good job all things considered.