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... stayed in the city... It was a HUGE party there. Music, dancing, flag waving, people flooding the streets in celebration..kind of aN Independence Day a day late...even in Elefsina there are hoots and hollers in the streets and the occasional fireworks shooting off...happy people here....hope it all works out for them. Our hotel was really nice, comfy rooms and a beautiful roof top bar... The ...
... dirty, graffiti covered city. We have never seen this amount of graffiti anywhere. Graffiti covering graffiti. Just unbelievable. Anyway, our first stop of the day is the Acropolis. As we zip in, and out of traffic there it is appearing out of nowhere in the middle of a neighborhood. Our driver parks the car on a side street, and walks us up a hill. He gives us instructions on where to go, and turns us loose. We manage the hill, and finally get up to the Parthenon. ...
... the most memorable Mother's Day I will have! One the more interesting groups of people we have met so far, some drive you crazy types, a couple of fun let's roll our eyes heavenward together types and lots of how do these people manage to organise themselves well enough to even be here types! Along with a lovely guide whose very thick Greek accent and odd phraseology had Stephen and I giggling like children..... The kink and the queen, the seamen ...
I've only ever been to a Greek Island (Kos) with my good friend Glynis some years ago and loved it, mainland Greece was therefore a first and it didn't disappoint. Our excursion took us to the first ever Olympic Stadium, many of you will know that I'm a huge Olympic fan so this was an absolutely brilliant plus for me. We got to see the changing of the guards at Parliament House and the tomb of the unknown soldier, their ...
We left the ship at 7:30 in Piraeus and passed thru the dock area and walked until we found a bus that would take us to Syntagma Square in the center of Athens, some 45 minutes away. Around this square are Greek government buildings, Athens' finest hotels as well as the central Metro station, where we met our guide. As might be expected, construction of the Athens metro system unearthed many ancient artifacts, ...