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... go all rock n roll and break the shower cabin glass of our hotel room (albeit accidently). As for the people, I wish I had more direct experiences with locals. I like to think that despite what the tourists are like and the vacation experience may be, the locals are always worth the time to get to know. But unlike in Turkey, we did not get to couchsurf in Greece.
Oh, and Athenian cab drivers are ******** who tried to con us ...
... reconstruction going on trying to fix past mistakes. The view over Athens is majestic, with views out to thesea and the port we actually docked. We walked back to the hotel where I returned to bed. We had a very lazy day. Now for my version. Instead of waking to,the sound of the boat docking, I awoke to the dulcet tones of Julie heaving her heart out in the bathroom. Leaving her lying pale and wan, I went to breakfast. Our trusty cruise director ...
... that and so missed out.
We then had another bus ride, and arrived in Athens around 830 or something like that. A few of the students met their families outside the stadium where the buses dropped us off, and we all kind of avoided looking at the reunifications for too long because it just made us all miss our families. Luckily, CYA opened for a few hours so students could do laundry and print boarding passes, because Spring Break started the next ...
... Going back to CDG was no longer on the table, and the bus leaving the station seemed to be a bust, too. Suddenly, a young man about our age interrupted us and asked, in French, if we would like to share a cab with him back to the city. We had not seen any cabs when we were heading for the bus, but we figured that that was really the only option, and that one would show up eventually, so we agreed. Now, ordinarily, we would have never shared a cab with a stranger, ...
... here again as we haven’t thought its really 5 star. It has a flashy looking reception/foyer area but our room is rather ordinary and well breakfast isn’t what we would think to be 5 star quality - hot food always cold. Ok we didn’t book the penthouse suite but a standard room but we would of thought it would be nicer for a 5 star hotel.
We have found the Greeks very friendly and so many speak very good English and are ...
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