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... at the end of the street ... 6.50 euro for gyros and a beer ... Yum.
Some more wandering and I was in the Plaka, the big tourist area right near the acropolis, and I just wandered, spent some euro (well it's not worth taking little stuff home is it?) and then went back to my hotel, which has a magnificent view from the rooftop balcony to the Acropolis. Disappointingly there was no bar !
so off to bed ... For my last sleep in Athens. ...
... as BJ and I grew to get to know each other on a rather spiritual level. From a friend to now my fellow “horse face” little sister.
With only 2 hours of sleep, a 20euro taxi ride to the airport, and a 4 hour transit in Rome, I later found myself in Florence. A city that wasn't scripted in my travel plans, but more a venture to explore what could eventuate with Nick, the New Yorker boy I met in Mykonos who insisted I accept his invitation to meet him ...
... sunburned but yesterday did us in.. we are rather sore creatures today. I tried to keep us diligent with the sunscreen but there is only so much you can do..
We went for dinner on top of another rock last night and took in the breathtaking view and sunset one last time before we were driven to the airport for our flight at 11:00 pm. We landed back in Athens and this morning we are again at the airport to head back to Rome ...
... a bar with way too many shot glasses lined up with various mysterious alchololic beverages including coffee flavoured ouzo (my personal favourite as you can put it on vanilla ice-cream). By this stage it's mid morning and definitely morning tea time so back to our magnificent porch overlooking the Caldera. Our host Christous brought us a tray with pots of coffee and creamy goats milk and we munched on little ...
... straight off to get one of the limited number of donkey’s to ride up the steps and of course they didn’t make the bus later.
We decided to walk up which is ok but as there is only one path you just have to avoid the donkey droppings and of course the donkeys. This is easy for one’s on the way up as they are not going to fast but we met the empty ones coming down. The tip from our guide, if you want to remain standing with all your ...