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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... both the presentation and Father John’s lecture taking pictures of us the entire time (it was weird, but I guess I should be used to it by now…). After Father John finished his lecture we had some free time to walk around Athens before dinner. In order to orient ourselves with the city we decided to find the general way back to the hotel so we wouldn’t get lost later. On the way we picked up some dog friends who followed us ...
... would be granted the leadership. Poseidon gave the city water however Athena gave the city an olive tree. The gods chose the gift of the olive tree. That is apparently why the olive tree is consider sacred in Athens. Go figure...
Although Athens is steeped in history this modern city lacks appeal. I have no desire to revisit this part of the country.
Back on board the ship we were again treated with magnificent food ...
... ended up walking all the way round, as we turned
the wrong way. We next headed towards the Acropolis, finding our way through
lots of tourist shops and cafes, and then by very picturesque small paths onto
the hill. We looked at part of the ancient agora area, which has fine views
over the city, and gradually went back down past more tourist shops and ...
... back, so a total of another hour. Andrew and all the other kids went on that hike; most of the adults did also. A few of us, including me, sat on a bench at the monastery and admired the view. After everyone returned to the monastery, the bus took us back to the hotel for lunch, and everyone got to spend the afternoon at the pool or the beach. In the late afternoon, we set out in the bus again, to Dion, about half an hour's drive, where we visited the ruins of an entire city, ...
We farewelled Mich and Patty in the morning, as they were flying on to Rome, then we continued the day just the 4 of us - Lauren, Daniel, Bernard and I. Having low expectations of Athens after what Bernard, Mich and others had told us, we were content to spend our 1 day in Athens just visiting the Acropolis and doing some shopping around town. We caught a bus to the Acropolis and visited the Parthenon and other ruins ...