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... me to walk to my gate.
So I requested "special assistance" at Heathrow. The British (or Europeans) just don't get this whole access thing. They think all people with impaired mobility need wheelchairs. I really just wanted a cart to take me to the terminal and gate so I wouldn't have to walk 45 minutes (I'm not exaggerating). I kept telling them I could walk, but they apparently didn't believe me and kept plopping me into a ...
... Vera (60's) - Teacher - Ontario · Karen (60's) - Retired RN - Ontario · Darlene (50's) - Govt. Admin - P.E.I. · Lori (50's) - nut - Alberta We were picked up at the hotel by our walking guide so we could pull our suitcases up hill for a block to meet our bus. We drove through heavy traffic to the airport. It was get in one line to wait in another - ugh ... Always a pain! More than a few of our group were patted down and bags opened! One of the ...
... extremely good and smooth Vinsanto wine but he only makes it for the family, we feel honoured to have been given 2 glasses to enjoy. We think we'll be back one day. We arrived back in to Athens and caught a hairy taxi ride to the hotel we'd booked months ago, with Jus apologising as we arrived, we must admit, the neighbourhood looks dicey. The duty manager came outside and cheerily greeted us, asked us our name then told us that we've been moved ...
A big day today! We left the hotel at 7:30am and walked straight to the Acropolis. What an incredible place! It is so high compared with the surrounding land. It is sooo big! There are a few different temples to look at, although the most famous is the Parthenon. Restoration work is being carried out as they are trying to support the building by filling in the missing parts. I can't imagine what ...
... While each of these sites are as beautiful as they are broken down chunks of mess, they all helped shaped today’s society and are still referred to as some of the most important monuments in the world today. But by far the most important of these already important monuments is the Acropolis.
This 70 pillard white stone masterpiece sits on a high rocky outcrop above the city and looks down at the surrounding mega metropolis of Athens that has sprung ...