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... 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 ...
... very different from anything we have seen before. We then went to see the Acropolis, amazing...I don't think I need to mention much about that.....apart from the damn scaffolding!!!!! Lunch in a Taverna just off of the Plaka which started with a shot of paint stripper (Ouzo), followed by a nice jug of wallpaper stripper (Retsina!) between which we did have some delicious food. To end the lunch they gave us a shot of ...
This morning we caught the boat from Athens, a Greek ship called Olympia Louis lines. It is smaller than some of the large international ships holding a little over 1,000 people, but it has great facilities and food. My last cruise was for 2 years with 5,000 men on board the USS Enterprise. This ship was much nicer.
After the lifeboat drill we spent the next few hours exploring ...
... now displayed throughout the metro as in a museum. We observed several of these as we began our tour. Our first stop was to observe the changing of the guard at the Parliament Building. We then walked thru the National Garden, commissioned by Amalia, the first Queen of modern Greece, on passed the Zappeion and then to the ruins of the Temple of Zeus. After some photos of the spectacular column ruins of "Zeus" ...
... there was a strike. In most other countries I would not have cared, or even thought about this happening, but now, in Greece, there was probably more of a chance that there would be a strike than not.
With this lingering issue in our minds we jumped on the metro and proceeded to ride it to the end of the line and the port of Piraeus. Along the way I tried to picture what this place would look like. All I had heard ...