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... day. We then had a bit of time before we left so we talked and relaxed.
We then went back to reception, collected bags and put them on the bus and went down to the port. From the bus we put our bags in the ferry building and then went off to have lunch while we waited for the ferry. A group of us had gyros at a restaurant with plenty of shade it was nice just to relax and talk. After lunch i went for a ...
... middle, smaller on both the bottom and the top, and were strategically tilted inward to support the roof. This, combined with the design of the roof, creates the illusion that the Parthenon is actually straight when seen from the city below. However, while you walk around it, you can see these features and realize how brilliant and advanced the architectural approach was for a construction built 2,500 years ago.
The elegant Erechtheion, with gorgeous ...
... with Gypsies, who are
persistent thieves, and stray dogs, who roam in packs and who are sick and
mangy. Despite the dogs at every stop,
we enjoyed the bus tour sites, getting out to take pictures of the Olympic
stadium and video for the changing of the guards at the Parliament.
We walked through Athenian streets to a Taverna, with live
dancing music and food. It was a great place to celebrate my birthday! ...
... I think he took one look at me and decided I needed their services asap. After two days of sleeping, chicken soup and tea, I emerged from a giant cocoon of blankets feeling better.
Just around the corner, we could see the ruins of the Temple of Zeus with the Acropolis in the background. A free walking tour took us past the major sites in the city. Hadrian's Gate, the Parliament and changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the Agora ...
A one hour boat trip and we were on the island of Rhodes, basing ourselves in an apartment in the city of Rhodes (Rodos to the locals). Hostels are almost non existent on the islands but the apartments are good value. The old town of Rhodes has an impressive medieval city wall built by the Knights of St John, who had fled from Jerusalem in 1291 and set themselves up as masters of Rhodes. After a few false starts because of poor information ...