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... foods. We are in Athens, a metropolis. Unlike other large international cities with lots of tourists, the Taco Bell has closed down and McDonalds will be gone soon. The preservation of the family owned eating establishments rein. I haven't seen a Starbucks yet either.
Everyplace we walked to and visited was neighborhood. In the bakery, we watched the making of "loukoumades"" a Greek version of donuts. ...
... time we arrived about 9am the crowds were already building. I can't imagine how busy it would be in the peak of the tourist season if we're in the shoulder season. The temperature was also starting to get up there as well so our guide tried to put us in a shady spot every time she gave a history lesson.
I couldn't believe how huge the Acropolis is and how high we were. No building is ...
... and then returned to the port, now the crowd was growing as the time for the ship to arrive neared.
When the ship arrived we got out bags and got on, we put our bags into luggage storage and went and found our seats. On the trip to Athens i updated, read and then played cards. Soon we arrived in Athens and it was chaos to get off the ship and get luggage off as well. We made it off the ship and got on ...
... was named after Erechtheus, the mythical King of Athens. The interesting plan of the building is due to the natural irregularity of the ground and the unusual need to house two temples: Poseidon and Athena.
Part of the Erechtheion is the famous Porch of the Maidens or Caryatids, which dominates the south side of the temple. It includes six statues of young women, standing on a podium that, instead of columns, serves to support the roof.
... appetizers were standard tiropita (phyllo dough and feta), dolmades (grape
leaves), and the second dish was chicken souvlaki (kabobs). I danced traditional and belly dancing up on
the stage, and the singer handed me the microphone during “ Mamma Mia!” ( like
I know the words--- just made stuff up ).
When dessert came, the fluent kid didn’t know what they were called… but
I did! Fried dough honey and ...