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Travel Blogs from Athens
Anyone who knows me in the slightest knows my obsession with the Olympics. Every two years I become a kid again; transformed into this magical land where the world gets along, cultures come together, hundreds of languages are used, and competition ensues. I dream to see the world through the Olympics: using the games as a method of seeing different …
In an attempt to prove that we are indeed having a good time we decided to let Uncle Paul, a bipartisan addition to our traveling duo, document our time in Greece. We granted him this time consuming process because he was the only one (Moms excluded because you were more excited to be mentioned...something that wouldn't have been flattering enough …
In our first full day in Athens, the students jumped right into exploring this incredible city. Along the way we made new discoveries and also made many new friends who we grew to appreciate.
From our hotel, the first event of the morning was meeting Dr. John Camp for a tour of the Agora Excavations. Dr. Camp is a Professor of Classics at Randolph-Macon and also the Director of the Agora Excavations. Because of our connection with him through ...
... of 2 hours on what should have been a quick 30 minute bus ride and now we were heading back to where we had started. We were informed by some of the passengers that it could take another 2 hours to get to the airport and we should rethink our plans. Sensing this could be a massive stuff up; we jumped out of the bus and had to plead with a taxi driver to take us to the airport.
At the airport we were informed that the strike was huge and that we were lucky that ...
... EMERGENCY ROOM!!! Don't think that would fly back home.
After checking out of our apartment in the morning, we headed off to see the Acropolis, which thankfully was only a short walk from where we were staying. It was a smoking hot day in Athens, which made the climb up the hill a bit of a chore, but it was well worth it and we were rewarded with a nice breeze and water fountains at the top. It certainly was incredible to be able to see 5,000 ...
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