Best Western Pythagorion Hotel
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So, as much as I want to tell you about Aigina, I feel I must tell you about last night first. Yes, that's right - the cocktail bar. As it turned out though, the night started well before we even reached the front door of the MoMix Bar... Being that we were going to a cocktail bar we felt that it was only appropriate that we donned a dress and …
Today (being the same day as the previous blog) we arrived in Athens and already had money taken from us. The taxi driver that so graciously drove us to our hotel took it upon himself to take an extra 10 euro as a tip. I can tell you now, my first impression of Athens is not that great. The buildings are old and squished together and there is …
... of the evening. One worked for a space company and the other was a bird watcher (they're following me around) who changed his plans that evening to fly to South Korea after I told him what sort of life he would expect there. This four nights in Athens (or five?) blur a little but basically I was loving life in the capital. I visited a few more of the archeological sites, sifted through the archeological museum, roomed with a NZer called Clare and scaled a hill ...
... on the beach. We started to get a bit peckish later in the arvo so we got some dip with pita to share. It was so spicy!!! Darcy loved it but I couldn't feel my mouth for about an hour after! We walked back up to the shops and bought some snacks for the ferry. We went to the bakery next door and got 2 enormous croissants for the next mornings break. They only cost us €2.60! We chilled out in our room then went to Tranquilo later for dinner. We got wild rice with roast ...
... had a choice of seven small plates of Greek specialties for the table to share. We chose Gigantes (tomato sauce lima beans), fried potatoes, tzatziki, Moussaka, calamari, spicy pork and Greek Meatballs. We also got lemon sodas, bread, and chocolate mousse for dessert.
Kelsey Price and I spilt from the group after lunch to walk to the metro station. A twenty minute subway ride with one transfer took us to Kallithea station. ...