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... and tourists were milling through and around all of the activity. At one point, a small tourist trolley came through the thick crowd and everyone had part like the sea.
We followed the crowd of people through small streets of vendors and restaurants. For a little while, the unpaved road went along the train tracks we had just come in on, but soon we turned toward the Acropolis and found ourselves in a more residential area. The streets were still unpaved; ...
... all the artifacts from the acropolis and all the sculptures they excavated from the top of the Acropolis. I think the coolest thing is the glass floor in the museum. When they built this new museum a few years ago, they uncovered a city, so it is built on top of the ruins and is worked in all the time. I went to a Trip Advisor five star cafe called "Smile" for lunch, and for €10 I had a glass of white wine, Greek salad, bread and moussaka, a ...
... 45 minutes.
Oh my Lord! Am I going to stay awake all this time?
What am I doing now? I am afraid that if I return to bed I will surely sleep again and miss it. I pick a book and start reading but very soon I realize that I cannot concentrate much on the book and turn the light off close my eyes and try hard to stay awake.
... place to be and it combines style, beauty and quality!
The bar restaurant is in a higher point surrounded by pine trees and there is a small cove underneath where people are still swimming. Oh! How much I envy them!!
This is definitely where I want to come next time not only for a cocktail but to spend the whole ...
... it is one of the areas the famous Marathon race passes through.
We come to an open area that looks like the parking lot of the monastery, lock the car and enter the imposing outer round arched entrance. We are now in the precincts of the monastery with another entrance and some steps which we climb.
Wow! What's this?
I start counting churches. I ...