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... line Acropolis tickets The ruins there were fascinating in their own right. Then we made our way to the Acropolis. There were so many tourists and lots of old people slowing us down. Surprisingly there were girls wearing high heels on the extremely slippery marble rocks (I'd heard about this phenomenon but didn't believe it until I saw it). The ruins were breathtaking - particularly the Parthenon and the Erechtheion. At certain ...
A sleep in today was a treat. The sun was up bright and early but we lazed in. We actually watched a double episode (7 & 8) of "A Place to Call Home", so not only are we caught up but we think we may be ahead of Australia? We took one last opportunity to get some photos, then packed and headed for the bus back into Thira. After putting our luggage in a luggage room, we headed off for brunch and a spot of shopping. Ruby wanted to get a genuine leather wallet while she was ...
... era houses have been uncovered, from around 1000 AD. In addition, two ends of the Stoa Poikile have been uncovered. In that Stoa, panel paintings hung on the walls, and it was called the painted stoa because of it. It was about 50 meters long (and currently half of it is under buildings), and constructed in around 470 BC. It was basically a public art museum, but it was probably propagandist: it showed the might of the Athenians and their victories against Troy, the Amazons, Sparta, ...
... in and we attract the attention of the local nutters, first the dancing fool and then the one toothed dribbling simpleton who smelled of wee. Two other shifty ruffians made an appearance. The locals willingly moved aside to let us see the show. Thankfully they got off one stop before Piraeus. Piraeus is a very big port at the bottom of athens, it's also very busy with traffic on a par almost with Naples. We have 3 hours to kill and dont want to wander. It's too ...
... port, they also agreed that under no circumstances should we arrive at night. This was just asking for trouble, they all concurred. Well, guess what, that’s exactly what we did. This was not our plan, and we were not trying to prove people wrong, especially Captain Australia who would have blurted out some more expletives had he known what we had done. We had just let the time escape and now, since the sun had disappeared ...