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Kathryn Just a quick something to say on Athens. It was super hot and Greecey! And ...Also Pantheon was pretty impressive to see But a good place to end it all and reflect on zee trip !! Michaela So the end of an era... We started our plans for this trip well over 2 years ago, after working numerous jobs, trying to restrain myself from buying clothes (Me obviously struggling with this more so). The preparation for this trip included many coffee ...
... pretty hard. By the time we found a spot, my legs were pretty sore. I wasn’t stepping on my blisters, but walking only on the heels and sides of my feet. The beach had a lot of small rocks and many people. It was very crowded with unpleasant people and boys in speedos. There are even more beggers on the beach too. I fell asleep for an hour or so, but I was constantly awakened by Albanian men behind us who felt the need to meet everyone on the beach. I was hoping to even ...
... Eastern part is dedicated to Athena, while the smaller, southern room is dedicated to Poseidon. Even some of the columns are works of art - the cargatids are six women, a little more than six feet tall, that helped hold up this building. What's cool about this is that they are being cleaned with lasers.
Going to the Acropolis museum was absolutely cool, and now I can't wait to go to the Acropolis.
... guide, found our bus, and got on board. The bus drivers finally reached a carefully negotiated settlement over who would leave the parking lot first, then in which order the rest of us would proceed, and we were off for the remainder of our city tour. We drove around for about an hour, with our guide continuing to point out some of the major sights. We stopped briefly at the stadium used for the first modern ...
Pagan tradition has it that places and objects are charged with magical, transformative energy through focused ritual, belief, thought and prayer. This ancient sacred energy bestowed upon Athena by so many devotees is vividly palpable on the Acropolis. This sacred historical site remains imbued with her electric strength, her infinite wisdom and her feminine charm. The ...