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We were successful in using the Athens metro to go 22 stops from the airport to our hotel, Hotel Tony. The problem became the walk from the metro to the hotel. We started out in the opposite direction but eventually made it with the help of Andrea's phone gps. We checked in around 3:00 pm and against our jet lag plan we slept a few hours else we …
... Hall, a beautiful 19th century building which is one of Athens' exhibition centres. We saw the Catholic Cathedral which is quite small by Western European standards and eastern in its interior decoration - not one of the best, in our opinion! We walked around a few streets in the Plaka (the old city) - around our hotel - just getting a feel for the place.
The next day we went on an organised tour which took us to the Panathenaic Stadium which ...
... curtain and exercise bars. My free time was so little that I had not even time to get to the Silent Room where guests can relax in heated chairs and enjoy a cup of hot tea. Neither did I have time for a visit to the sauna or the steam room unfortunately. I spent however the first 5 minutes in the Jacuzzi but it cannot be compared to the pool with the jets, so I left the Jacuzzi and used the entire time of my precious few hours out here and never regretted it.
... late into the early hours watching hundreds of people just hanging around the square listening to the cool street buskers, flash-mob dancers and African bongo drummers. Street theatre at it's best, and all under the lights of the Amazing Acropolis. We've seen many of the touristy sights in the city before so this time we decided to head off to explore the back winding streets as we'd heard of new excavation sites being unearthed around the city. ...
... that still remain. The Greeks have always been seafaring people and look to the sea for news of loved ones traveling, or at war, delivery of goods and of course fishing and maybe that's why the Temple of Poseidon, with its magnificent view of the Aegean, seems to still fulfill the role of sea watcher from the high promontory. Again it is a climb up without the benefit of railings or safe footing but it is so worth the careful climb up. Among the fallen columns ...