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Travel Blogs from Kalithea
... to sit on the beach before heading back to the boat and then back to the hotel.
It was time to leave paradise bright and early Sunday morning but it made it a little easier knowing we were going back to Athens for another day of sightseeing. We flew to Athens. checked in to the roach motel (it was already paid for and they gave us a room with a view this time) and then headed off to see as much of the National Archaeological Museum as we could before the 3 ...
... and cheap here; a bus/trolly ticket for the day is about $2. We have not tried the metro, as bus travel is easier. We've heard some folks complain that with the economy as it is, there is not money to maintain busses, so many are out of use. Lots of street vendors--everywhere there is something for sale, from light bulbs to fruit to cheap jewelry. Lots of scooters and motorcycles, also. To buy a sim card for a cell phone, you provide your passport so they can ...
... person in a corrupted culture! He did a lot of other things to model simple living, many of which my editorial board informs me is not appropriate to include here, so have fun researching this fascinating man on the internet! Alexander the Great was so intrigued by Diogenes' reputation he came to visit the philosopher of simplicity right here. When the most powerful man in the world asked Diogenes to name any gift he could bestow, the elderly Athenian ...
... comments about the Greek people, economy, etc. Also, with Max, the wonder dog, who escorts you everywhere and makes sure you return safely.
Rhodes sits in the eastern Aegean near Turkey and is a gateway to the east. Thus, it has an extended and colorful history. Time and space here do not permit a reprise of it all.
So, let me go straight to the period which dominates the Old Town sights on Rhodes today, the time ...
... drinks. However, we figured we could find some place cheaper.
After having our taxi just drop us (Ariana,
Christina, and I, along with another girl Elise) off on a street that google
said had a of clubs, bars, etc, we made our way down to Gazi Square (unsure of
the real name). The first thing that hit us: there are young men living
in Athens. After having been in the presence of AT MOST like ten guys at
any one ...