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We spent the morning and early afternoon at
the Athens National Archaeological Museum,
which as you might expect, has the most stupendous collection of Greek
artefacts that you could imagine. The collection of vases is particularly fine,
and there were examples of statues from archaic to Roman, which showed the
... early so he suggested I eat lunch with his family again and I was like... why would I ever refuse the offer? So we chilled at his and ate Greek custard pies and his Dad fried us potatoes and prepared a simple but delicious salad. My Greek God had suggested a drive up a mountain earlier so I floated the idea out there and he said he absolutely intended on keeping his promise and drove me an hour up a mountain called Parnitha which had the most incredible views of ...
... We then got a gyros pita each for dinner. They were delicious (they put the chips in it!) and only €2.50!!! We got bus back to Perissa and got back to the villa around 10pm. We crashed! The next day we had a nice sleep in and relaxed on the balcony. Later we went down to the beach. Trying to stray away from Tranquilo we went to a different restaurant and got club sandwiches. The food was average and the people were a bit rude so back to Tranquilo we went! We got some drinks, read ...
... br> The ride took about 35 minutes and we passed through suburban Rome, much different from the old downtown area; no more monuments and tons of apartment blocks. We did see something familiar, squeegee guys cleaning windshields at traffic lights. Although these guys were more mature than the ones back home.
Upon arriving at the airport, we found our terminal and check-in area. We dropped our bags and proceeded to the gate. When they called to board the flight, we ...
... is gorgeous and massive and just so delicately perched on the edge of the summit. You climb the stairs up through the Propylaea and get your first glimpse at the Parthenon and the Erechtheion, the two building that sit on top of the Acropolis or High Place. Unfortunately, what we see as the front of the Parthenon is almost completely obscured by scaffolding that has been erected for restoration purposes. There is also a giant crane in the middle of ...