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Ancient Greece was the cradle of democracy. A civilization which produced some of the most groundbreaking art, philosophy and culture the world has ever seen.
Our first stop; 3 nights in Athens with the necessary visit to the Acropolis and then the Temple of Zeus. Two of the Greek Archaeological Sites that must be visited. …
... the National Archaeological Museum of Athens. Another, amazing place, with sculptures, pottery, frescos, marble everywhere - such a great visit. Really glad we got to go here.
Several hours later we emerge from the museum and head back to the hotel for a well earned rest. Walking on marble, I have found, is really ******* the feet. Nice to have a lie down and put my feet up for a bit. Because, then we head out again for dinner (gyros and pita and ...
... things as difficult as possible. SEY again. On the other hand, moving out of the Dardanelles and into the Aegean was not a totally happy experience for me and I realised that our enforced sojourn in the Dardenelles had been something of a blessing. I had the first few little tummy churns since we boarded the Island Sky and was glad when we woke up the next morning tucked safely back in our safe haven in the Dardanelles. 26th April We woke to find ourselves docked at Kepez, ...
... selection, gigantic breads and doughnuts, we bought cookies.
Bus to group lunch at (see photo) of fresh caught trout, salad, ginger cake. Walked village.
From the end of the line, our bus took us to our destination high up in the Menalon Mountains, where we enjoyed dinner of chicken, potatoes, greek salad, cheese pie, powdered sugar cookie, (S) had red wine (all from a wood-fired oven). ...
... when we know that our words won't be wasted? Instead, we all appear crueler than we actually are, as if we're afraid of having our feelings hurt, even though we will soon show these feelings anyways ..." - a Fyodor Dostoyevsky character *
"Poverty and misfortune cause an artist to mature." - a Dostoyevsky character *
"What harmony is there, if there's hell: I want to forgive and to hug, I don't want that they suffer more." - a ...