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... round the corner from us with a rather forward and friendly waiter I had befriended - Versilles. We had stuffed vine leaves, Kayansas (scrambled eggs with Greek sausage and tomatoes) and Mousaka. We got free Halva for desert - a cinnamon sugar cake. On my final night I was joined in my three bed dorm by two nice American guys from an up and coming band in the US called Hundred Waters who were interesting company. I also met a nice guy called Ryan who I found ...
... museum, and finally made our way to the Acropolis. I know that the Acropolis is sort of the shining star, but I hate to say that I had a much more enjoyable time seeing the temple of Olympian Zues, and the temple of Aphaia on Aegina Island. Just because of the crowds. We even went in the morning hours, and still felt rushed and herded like cattle. We checked out Aeropagus Hill, had dinner on a rooftop in the Plaka and ...
... of imperfection. We took the full 90 minute tour to start with to get a feel for the city and then decided where we wanted to go first. We decided on the Monastiraki markets. We walked up a a pituresque street, fake stones and tacky hoop earrings everywhere - so much junk, I love it! We moved on, passing casual excavations on the side of the street... Making our way through the crowded, narrow street we were accosted by admirers - or ...
... that was from the Old Kingdom, so it was somewhere around four thousand years old. By this point, my feet were so tired I was nearly crying. I was in pottery rooms, and I really don't care that much about pottery so I was going to leave when I saw some skeletons. And I love me some skeletons. One had this disease that made the bones of his spine leak down like candle wax. It was awesome. There was also something really disturbing at the museum: a woman ...
... her bad news regarding something she had to take care of immediately. At her rage and haste, the rock fell in the centre of Athens.
The first part of the climb, among shrubs and small trees, is relatively easy. The zigzagging stairs were laid out at a low angle to make the ascent easier but longer. At the top I could rest a little and have a drink outside a terraced restaurant near the observation deck to enjoy a breathtaking panoramic view ...