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... walked the km there. Losing Jayne somehow in the crowd. I backtracked and luckily she sat waiting where she lost us and so I was relieved..knowing her lack of directional navigation. After dinner in a Greek kebab restaurant we explored further down streets filled with touristy nice nac junk until we could finally see the Acropolis under lights. Snapped some photos and then back to hotel to write up this daily ...
... was 6Eur or more don't eat there. We stopped for a quick bite around 1100 we bought a feta cheese bread 'thing' for €1.50 and shared between us, nice and cheap.
Many of the sites have a charge associated so the tour took us around the perimeter and we will go into some tomorrow. Though we did learn we just pay 12Eur each to get into all the main sites.
Its amazing how central some of the ruins are with ...
... for Fira and a few souvenirs. We stopped by our favorite grocer. An awesome Greek with the craziest little shop ever. He often left it unattended, tourists stood outside bewildered as to what to do. Americans had the most to say about such trust. He sold cheeses of all sorts, olives by the tin and loose, many cured meats plus the usual sundries. ...
... bar was pretty busy. We actually met some Americans! They were from California and Wisconsin. We shared drinks with them and brought the night to a close again around midnight.
When I came back up to the hostel I found some of my roommates had discovered how to get Netflix over here. Normally, you can't get any kind of Netflix because the company doesn't have certain copyrights over here. As impressed as I was to see that they had duped there computers, I was ...
... barricades and several wreaths are laid. The dignitaries depart and then the guards change at 11.30am. Gotta love those pompoms and the little horse kicks of their very complicated march.
Then it was the Lonely Planet challenge to circumnavigate the Acropolis, wandering through the Plaka and up into the Anafiotika quarter. It was stunning up there. The whitewashed houses were originally built by the stonemasons bought in to build ...