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... with Mythos and baklava. Delicious, and a wonderful welcome meal in Athens.
Then, we walked through town by the Temple of Olympian to the Panathinaikon Stadium, home of the modern Olympics. The stadium is completely constructed of marble and is modern era place of greatness. It recently held the opening ceremonies of the Athens’ games in 2004.
We walked back to our hotel through the beautiful National Gardens of Athens, appreciating ...
... that every other tourist in Athens had the same idea because it was full of people. I chilled there for a bit and then made my way back to the hotel. Ready to get moving tomorrow. I’ve really enjoyed my time in Athens, more than I had expected to, and now I’m ready to see something new. Bring on ...
... raise eyebrows at our 9-person Supreme Court today: back then, the smallest was 201, but the average was around 500. There were water clocks to keep people from talking too long, and all juries had to be complete by the end of the day. There was a completely randomized machine for choosing a completely random jury out of 6000 contestants - so, in other words, if you wanted to bribe someone, you needed to be really rich.
Too bad modern-day politics doesn't necessarily work the same way.
Well after four weeks back in Europe it feels good once again to sling on the back pack and head off to Heathrow.
The last month has been dominated by umpteen visits to doctors for tests and appointments and at last, I have as much medicine as the NHS says that I am allowed and I am all packed and ready to go.
My medical situation has improved dramatically over the last twelve months. Twelve months without drinking, including the six ...
... it!) This guy from Oz was so dramatic he was frightened we were taking him somewhere he didn't know Sinisa joked about selling his body parts on the black market! We went and washed our feet and then slowly dipped our feet into the fish pedicure tank it was scary and weird and very funny, those little fish tickled my feet!!! It was pretty cool I must say and something neat to do in the middle of Athens! After that we met up with Sinisa at a tavern ...