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... of Attica, Athena and Poseidon-Erechtheus. A relief frieze, bearing a representation possibly of the birth of Erechtheus, decorated the exterior of the building. To the south-west is the famous porch with the Caryatids the marble statue. These are only copies, one is exhibited in the British Museum and the remaining ones are on display in the Acropolis Museum.
In classical times, it functioned as the high Court of Appeal for criminal and civil cases, but is ...
... Athens. It was the gathering place all commercial, political and social life for 800 years. Most of it is in ruins but the Stoa of Attalos was rebuilt in the 1950s and houses a very nice small museum. Socrates, Plato, Sophocles and the Apostle Paul all spent time in the Agora. Up on the hill is the temple of Hephaistos, still impressive and the site where the Greeks met their new King Otto from Bavaria in 1832. It remained in constant use as it was converted to ...
... used all of our toilet paper. We were all quite concerned and forgot to communicate with each other. 3 girls bought toilet paper! At the end of the day we had about 36 rolls of toilet paper. To make things worse, the maid that came the next day offered us about 8 more rolls of toilet paper. AHHH the communication issues!!!
Well, that's all for now. Make sure to enjoy your "little things." Whether they be the microwave, shower curtain, or alphabet. ...
... to jump off of one. Well, we waited around and finally saw people on one and we got brave. We saw a boat with a french flag and corinne took french at Westmont so we decided why not? So we swam to the boat and struck up a conversation with a retired french couple who travel the world for 6 months every year. They were super nice and let us jump off their boat. Basically, the highlight of my day. After that we got to watch the sunset from ...
... the Museum and I got in free with my ICN student card, the lady at the Acropolis was smart and saw that it was expired but the lady at the museum was confused and I told her the card was from France. lol. The museum has the statues from the Acropolis so that they can preserve them better. On my way out of the Museum, I saw a crowd of men in black and police and lots of suits. So I went up to one of the police and asked why there was so many of them. They said that the Israel equivalent of ...