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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... other. After this George was just going to walk past the Temple of Zeus (which you can see from the road) and then back to the hostel. We wanted to shop and see the local markets so we paid and tipped him early and left the group. We spent a couple of hours cruising the main shopping street and then we followed this to what they call a flea market. It's basically restaurants, souvenirs and knock off stuff. Then we raced back to parliament to get there at 3:05pm to watch ...
"You're crazy!" -our taxi driver after telling him we climbed to the top of the Acropolis on the hottest day of our trip. While climbing to the tops of mountains in the summer heat may not seem like someone's idea of a pleasant time, having the opportunity to see the ancient ruins that resided at the top was an amazing experience. Nothing about our trip to the top seemed real. Are we really looking at the Parthenon? Are we really overlooking the beautify city of Athens? Are ...
... I didn't want to go to, however just around the corner there was a beach which I walked along & then got back on the tram to a different stop & Whoohoo another bigger beach this time! Was so nice, the water so clear! Photos don't do any justice to the water :) I then decided to come back but I came back a different way & the tram went along the opposite way right down the water front so I hopped off another few times ...
... name a few. We ate the most expensive meal yet, a couple of slices of pizzas and found our gate. There was no one at the desk, the boarding time passed and the mob grew thicker. We waited with no information for an extra 45 minutes until a bus arrived to drive us out to the tarmac where the plane sat. None of us were seated together. Ava and Jack were one seat apart. Ava was seated next to two ...
... two boys, using mainly sign language. I wonder how much of the conversation you actually understand when you communicate this way. I feel that the answer is probably 'not a lot', but it kept us entertained for our trip into Thessaloniki. One of the boys knew very little English, his vocabulary being only five words: '**** the police!' And 'you fascist?'. He communicated to us that he had a pretty major dislike for politicians, and that he was (or perhaps had been?) ...