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... hundreds of
people every week. Filopappos Hill is actually a popular spot for locals as
well as tourists, it is a favourite for weekending Athenians who come and picnic
and admire the breathtaking views. I think also that a school group would enjoy a nice scenic lunch atop the hill in the heart of Athens.
Next on the list was Mt Lycabettus, I was actually ...
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We then visited shops ranging from clothes to trinkets and everything in between ..I wouldn't say Athens is cheap but you can find nice quality garments at reasonable prices. Shirley had a foot spa which she said was amazing and just what she needed.
We then had lunch at a lovely restaurant. The Caesar salad was just what I needed and it didn't fall short with a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice..thought better of having a wine just ...
... set off. I was really excited about going in there! I felt like I'd be stepping on home soil for a brief moment and expected to be greeted with a friendly 'G'day mate! How can we help you?' but they weren't very helpful - or nice for that matter - at all! They told us to go to the Department of Foreign Affairs instead. They were closed for the day, as they were only open for very limited hours so we decided to leave it as a problem to be solved on another day. We then made a ...
... in this modern museum, which is an architectural masterpiece. We were also able to tour the National Archeological Museum. It was amazing to see the actual mask of Agamemnon. I have seen it in so many history books.....then to be within 6 inches of it....just heaven. Dave put in a picture of Aphrodite fending off Pan. After a couple of days we rented a car and headed out for Delphi. For all married couples reading this blog we had one of those moments ...
... Acropolis and eavesdropped on a tourguide explaining the coordinates of various monuments and sights below - and pointing them out. Taking mental notes, we walked around the last part of the Acropolis to where they had most of the heavy machinery and stockpiles of ancient boulders, etc. There were many workers inside the Parthenon doing restoration of some sort. The building as a whole is in shambles - I eavesdropped a different tourguide when he was telling ...