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... are temples, theaters, sculptures, gardens, beautiful views and caves. We started out walking through the gardens, which were absolutely incredible. We did finally make it to the Parthenon, which was absolutely incredible. The Parthenon itself was destroyed by the Muslims at one point, and the city of Athens has been working a restoration process since the 1800s. It was such an incredible sight, with an even more incredible view. I feel like, from ...
... war from ancient times until World War II. Really, there was one room for Ancient Greece, one for medieval times, and then onto Greek independence in the nineteenth century. There were loads of cool stuff though. Lots of intricately decorated guns and uniforms and such. The WWII part was the best though. There were a lot of German guns and equipment. It was around this time that Victoria and I realized that we had no idea which side ...
... and famous theatres and it was a great start to our day.
After this we went to the Acropolis Museum, a museum constructed only a few years ago which showcases all of the artefacts that has been excavated over the years. This museum was really fascinating and one of the best museums we have been to. It taught us so much about Greek mythology and really put things into perspective.
We had lunch here, which was a gyros, and it was the first of ...
In no time our week in Santorini was ending. It was like saying goodbye to a second home. The day we were to leave our ferry was not until 3pm. We had a last walk of the town, a final souvlaki and purchased some postcards that we will later try and pass off as our own photos. One of the waiter’s said ‘See you next year!’, he must be coming to visit us in Geelong, I wasn’t aware we had invited him.
As the hotel owner drove us to the ...
... of salad. It was juicy, light and nutrient….simply loved it. -4.00 euros.
The very last dish was “Marathopita” –A Fennel pie. It is traditional –I believe it is well know in Crete and it is very thin but so aromatic. –Delicious. It is indeed a delicacy. -4.20 euros
We accompanied all the above with “Roditis” distilled in Nemea. –viologiki kalieryia (no preservatives) ...