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... even though we have never been here before. The familiar is the European feel, and I am not sure how to describe it - perhaps it is the connection to my European roots, its the history, its the difference of each unique culture that although borders can be a line in the earth each place has distinction and connectedness.
Athens airport is nice and modern and has 3 levels of modest shopping and eateries including a McDonalds which of course we skipped ...
... even in the rain. My second full day in Nafplio had a lot of potential but when I woke to more constant rain I thought perhaps I'd give in and head back to Athens. But then I got enthusiastic about Mycenae (that's the old Kingdom of Agamemnon and Atreus) and thought it'd be spectacular to see rain or shine. The lady in the ticket office was exceptionally rude but I boarded a bus to the middle of nowhere at 10am to chase the Homeric dream. The rain was ceasless, but I did hear ...
morning we headed out early for Epidauros to see the archaeological site
including the theater and healing center. There Dr. Hatlie gave us an
introduction before we had the opportunity to check out the theater. The
theater itself is quite large and we had the opportunity to go sit in it while
some students stood on the center disk and sang or talked. The best performance
was definitely Ed, ...
... and return to Glyfada (our home near Athens).
This was the first time I had met Thia Sophia, but she welcomed my son and I into her home as if we were related, giving up her bedroom for us, and constantly making sure we were comfortable, and that we had enough to eat (with Greeks, you have to be constantly eating for them to be satisfied you are happy; Greeks and food are synonymous). We now have another place to visit when we return to Greece; ...
... the Greeks drive in tight roads is amazing. On the highways they are crazy, road rules don’t exist, overtaking on double lines and around bends is the norm here. It can be pretty scary when you see someone overtake because you cannot see who is on the other side of the road. I remember I once asked my cousin how does he do it drive in such narrow streets in Italy and he said “Mary, its a matter of survival”.
Sparta is ...