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... a view over the city, and then down to the Parliament building to watch the changing of the guard, and see the soldiers with big pom poms on their shoes (!!) before ending our trip with a visit to the Acropolis museum, where a lot of what they have excavated at the Acropolis/Parthenon is now on display. A fantastic day - and we are now both worn out, but we loved it ...
... dinner that served the hits. Tsusuki, delicious bread, souvlaki, octopus! And much more. I tried it all, including the octopus (not bad). I ate and ate until I couldn’t eat any more, then I ate dessert. More please, thank you. The only problem here on Aegina is the water. Because this is an island you can only dig so far before breaking the water table. At that point you are pulling up sea water. So water has to be shipped on a giant tanker for the entire island. Any ...
... this street which is lined with marble and houses are built in marble. The museum is amazing,it is built above a Greek ruin, and the entire museum is built according to the shape if the way up to acropolis (acro meaning edge and polis meaning city) we are shown relics , statues and told the stories of Greek history - morris was excited because the eras were all about freemasonry and I was so happy that Josh used to make us ...
... I was being clever when I remembered that our hotel was on Odis street... But apparently "Odis" itself means street, so literally every street sign says "Odis ___" *the stray dogs aren't actually strays. They have collars and just mosey around the streets as they please *there is graffiti everywhere, even on nice buildings. It's sort of sad *people stare, a lot. We do sort of stick out like sore thumbs with our cameras and "obnoxious" american accents ...
Piraeus Port is a short distance from Athens, since we had a late start to our morning and we didn't book any excursions for Piraeus. We decided to just walk into Athens the capital city of Greece. Walking through the narrow streets avoiding being run over by scooters or taxis was quite challenging in itself. We had a little map but not much use as most of the streets were ...