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I started my day early with a walk up lycabettus hill, the highest point in Athens you can see the whole city up there, I was one of the first to reach the top for the day so I had a few moments up there to my self to experience the glory that is Athens. All those years dreaming of visiting and it had finally arrived so I stood ...
... to raw scallops. The taste here was heavenly! (€17.50)
The Sea bass Carpaccio is a favorite. We had exactly the same dish as the previous time we were here. Half portion with chili and lime and the other half with thyme and lemon. (€17.00) Both tastes are stunning.
APPETIZERS: For two persons.
Besides the Freshly cut tomato Salad with feta cheese for €6.50, we tried the Pearly Razorfish fried. (2 ...
I got up this morning at 7.30am. I showered, dressed and went downstairs to breakfast – very fresh fruit on offer here. After eating i went back to the room, got ready for the day, then went downstairs where we meet up and walked over to the coach to begin our guided tour of the city with a local guide.
First stop was the acropolis. We got dropped at the coach parking, walked up to the ticket entrance and then the path started to get steeper. We ...
... relaxing meal in the Plaka shopping and dining section of town...our last Greek Salad and a pizza. Then we walked up to the Parliament building and saw the changing of the guards at 3pm...which happens on every hour...quite a sight to see the ceremonial guards in traditional Greek military attire.
We then enjoyed a 20 minute walk through dirty downtown Athens to our hotel where a taxi picked us up at 4:25 for our 7pm flight to London.
... These looked like standard ruins and weren't really worth it. We headed back to the hotel to get ready for Seder. We were seated with other young travelers. One set was a young couple from New York and another was two girls, Amy and Carly, traveling during their break from Israel. They were both college graduates and we had a few mutual friends in common from Maryland. The six of us stayed and chatted until everyone else had left before we walked around for a bit ...