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... a little trip to the Greek Islands. The ferry was so nice, with a good buffet, airplane seating and one of the best showers I've had in Europe. It is off season in Santorini, so the place was quite abandoned out of it's capital, Fira. The accommodation I had quickly booked before boarding the ferry didn't go through (the hotel was closed for the winter), so we got our famous Santorini sunset while walking back to the port, attempting to hail down any taxi that happened ...
... then stopped at the Olympic stadium. We did not get to go inside, but took some pictures of the stadium, then got back on the coach. We then went past the gardens and got dropped at the Syntagma square where we went to the parliament and saw the changing of the guards. After that the tour was finished.
I walked down Syntagma square, went to a cafe and got some lunch, then walked up the main road, past the parliament building onto the museum area and went ...
... time. We then walked through the oldest part of Athens visiting the sites of the old markets and other monuments. We came back to the hotel for a quick siesta before more exploring. We found Strofus, a great restaurant with stunning views of the the Parthenon. We tried a handful of small plates that were amazing. Now back to packing for our early flight to ...
... it exceeded my expectations and was even more beautiful than I'd imagined.
Sunday, April 14th - Delphi, Athens, and Istanbul:
Sunday was, quite unfortunately, the last day of our holiday. Not only were we extremely reluctant to return to work, but it was also very, very, very hard to leave Greece. While we'd grown less enthusiastic about the continual plates of tzatziki and the constant mezzes, we still enjoyed the food more than that available in ...
... along the square opposite the cathedral of Athens,
which is having a facelift and is hidden behind the scaffolding and shade cloth
covering the façade and the sides of it. We went into the church and although
it is not of the grandeur of the Milan Duomo or the Notre Dame of Paris, it is
still very interesting. Outside in the square again, we take our last walk
through the streets of the Monastiraki area and then into the metro ...