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Settled on to the ferry which was due to leave at 8.00pm. Cabin very small with a tiny on suite bathroom. Enjoyed dinner supplied in the dining room- buffet style. But by 10.00 ferry still hadn't left. Gave up soon after and went to bed. So three hours late leaving we were then three hours late arriving, but slept ok, due to very calm crossing.
Meant to arrive at 1.00 but finally disembarked at 4.00. Tour guide a bit stressed due to an appointment ...
... mall's and the original theatre.
It was all quite amazing and would be better if the city wasn't so gross and slumy. Even people from the city told us we should go to the beautiful places like the islands. I would love to go there, but it's so expensive and there's no point in the winter because the boats are closed for the stormy weather they get. We went into a small homey shop where I had the best soup ever and we met a lovely women ...
... part of the Plaka hidden on the side of the Acropolis hill that had been settled by residents of a Cycladic island. Their neighborhood basically recreated the white-washed cliff dwellings of the islands, and I got to feel like I was back in Santorini for a few blocks. Unable to resist the call of the gyro, I visited Souvlaki Row again for dinner and got another gelato before returning to the hotel to pack for my early morning tour ...
... Acropolis of Athens in Greece*, I was instead keenly aware of the omnipresence of Athena’s legacy. My undergraduate education in literature and drama afforded me a reasonably good understanding of the role of the god Dionysus in ancient Greek culture. I knew about the festivals and plays, and as a student I often imagined visiting the remains of those historic open-air ...
... we found the touristy area of Plaka which lies around the Acropolis. It was full of restaurants and souvenir shops galore. We eventually found the Acropolis and to our surprise we found that we had free entry (it turns out that it was International Museum Day, so all the museums we went to were free!). Walking up the steps next the ancient columns was worth the walk, it was amazing to be next ...