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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
... with ************e else in the frame! From the actual Acropolis the view of Athens is stunning and the history of the ancient city was really brought to life for us. Into the car and we set off on a quick city tour: changing of the guard at Parliament; Syntagma Square; the Temple of Zeus and Hadrian's Arch; the first modern Olympic Stadium (our driver finished the Athens Marathon there a couple of weeks ago) ...
... and will always kill me, is that even in Greece, a very poor country, university is FREE for SIX, read it, SIX years, because here, unlike the U.S., higher education is a right that students are entitled to should they choose to take advantage of it, simply amazing. She also made sure we knew exactly how to get to where we were going because she didn't want us getting lost in Athens that early in the morning, and then she thanked us for our ...
... it would be. We walked to the Acropolis and climbed " judiciary rock" to see an amazing view of Athens below. We then walked to the Monstraki area and around the Parliament area in Sytagma square. We saw the traditionally uniformed honor guards along with a ton of riot police just hanging out on their phones. We walked by the 1900ish stadium that was used for an Olympic Games in Athens along with Hadrian's gate and the Temple of Zeus. We made it back to the Plaka area ...
... the warrior, because I knew all about the G-ds etc. After 2hours in this beautiful air conditioned we went out into the heat and climbed the long pathway to The Acropolis Hill, walking thru the west wall which is the entry and exit, saw the Parthenon, explored the relics lots of photos and then we bid farewell to tour and made our way back to the hotel on our own we could then do our own exploring, as we knew our hotel was not ...