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... very lively. We walked on to the base of the Acropolis and saw Hadrian's Arch and Temple of the Olympian Zeus. That was enough action for one day so we returned home and fabricated tomorrow's game plan.
Wake up early tour the Acropolis and make it back to the hotel and jump on an afternoon tour to the Temple of Poseidon and a **** ton of other cool stuff.
This morning, we got the chance to go to the Agora dig; we were guided by Dr. Camp, the director of the dig and a professor at RMC.
The dig has been going on for around 85 years. The area used to be covered by four hundred modern houses and a train, but now only the train is there (because it was there first). The Agora was basically the National Mall of Athens: in the square, elections were held, theater was performed, and there was a bustling marketplace. The square was ...
... was so exciting for me to introduce Sinisa to them. And ending it all in Greece was the best part, having Sinisa come with me and to be able to show him where I loved so many ears ago and my favorite places, taking him on a tour and ending it with just him and I was very special for me.
I am truly blessed, to have been able to go on this fantastic trip to all these amazing countries and cities with an absolutely amazing partner and love of my life.
... where the ruins of temples still majestically stand; the biggest one, the Parthenon, rises before us. Unfortunately it is currently being restored, but even with the construction, it's brilliance is awe-inspiring! The Parthenon was built as a dedication to the goddess Athena, and built between 447 and 438 BC. It measured 70x31 metres, with 46 columns and pedestals decorated with marble sculptures and ...
... environment they should not suffer further deterioration. In spite of their condition they are still very elegant and beautiful.
The highlight of the museum is the third level. As previously mentioned it is aligned with the real Parthenon above, which can be seen through the large windows. In the middle of the room is a life-size mock-up of the 525-foot frieze that wrapped around the outside of ...