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... did and Crock led me to my lounge and ordered me a piña colada while I got changed. We then basically chilled out here all afternoon. Lots of swims, cocktails, sun baking and people watching. About 6pm when the sun stared going down we headed into the old city for some shopping and dinner. At the restaurant we chose they brought us out traditional Croatian brandy shot to try. We thought this was a standard thing but when we looked around we were the only table to ...
... places you wouldn't have walked to. Only got off once as there wasn't anything really we wanted to explore. The square we got off at had a huge meat market. I don't know how they sell it all, HUGE. The butchers were chopping the meat so close to their hands with the cleavers...no chain mail gloves. There were also shops outside the market with an amazing amount of nuts and spices. Ones we had never seen. One thing about Athens is the amount if bakeries and ...
... parts. The crowds are not too bad and the weather is cloudy and cool. We can not imagine the same experience in August. The New Acropolis Museum was a delight. Lots of statues (kore and kouros) , original Caryatids and then to the top of the building with all glass walls. As you are looking at the marble relief carvings, you have views of the Parthenon. Just stunning. We were all fascinated by the elaborate Leggo replica on ...
I wanted so much to sit and have a drink in the Café - Restaurant of the
Museum, in the beautiful garden but time was not on my side this
Open daily from 9:00 – 14:30, Sunday 10:00 – 14:30.
Fee for adults €6.00.
Have a virtual tour through photos I have taken
... steel columns of the gallery which are the same number as the columns of the Parthenon, what we didn't realise was that the majority of these exhibits are in the British Museum, hacked off by Lord Elgin and shipped to England and copies replace them in the museum. The British Museum should return these pieces to Athens where they can be appreciated by visitors to this exhibit. Following the route back down we saw the five Caryatids, the ...