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We awoke to a beautiful sunny morning. Our motel has an open top floor over looking the Parthenon. We sat in the morning sunlight and just soaked up the atmosphere. Below us is a town square which was filled last night with some jubilant Northern Irish soccer fans. Obviously they won against the Athens team as they sang into the early hours of this morning! We headed off in search of ...
... it was the heat of the day now we left for our Room. Richard had had enough by now anyway. He fell asleep straight away while Sue looked at photos, we were a bit behind downloading and did a bit of blogging and face booking. She also packed as she was looking for something when we arrived and her bag was a mess, that and the washing now dry. After a little kip it was decided that we would treat our feet to a fish spa. So out we went, of ...
... to the Benaki Museum, where we explored the priceless antiquities from all eras in the history of Greece.
Now, as our final day comes to a close, we enjoy a cocktail reception for our travelers in the Athens Plaza Hotel. Then our smaller group heads to the rooftop bar at the Grande Bretagne. With an amazing sunset view of the Acropolis, it provides the perfect setting for our last evening in Athens.
... not want to ever have to live that way or to ever raise kids in that kind of environment. Ever. Bottom line. Okay, now for the GOOD parts about my trip to Greece. On our second day there, Hannah and I took a ferry out to the island of Aegina, which was beyond beautiful. The waters were just as blue as the pictures and the weather was so perfect. We spent the day tanning on the beach, walking around little shops, and enjoying greek salads for lunch. I ...
... a spokesman, Sir Michael to see if we could visit some other places outside the city so between Anna, our guide, and the driver it was decided we would take a scenic drive to Sounion, to see The a Temple of Poseidon, it didn't matter that we had seen it the day before because we could now view it from the land rather than the sea.
We took the coastal road which made a nice change from the city and stopped for coffee at ...