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... center of Athens. We walked through a large building which had several artifacts laid out for display, such as some of the first recorded measuring devices (weights, etc) and an exhibit of an archaeologist's office with the tools they used to use. Once we were out of this museum like area, we passed a group of 6 archaeologists who were sifting through rubble which looked like small rocks. Walked up another hill to a significant monument/temple which remained in ...
... food and drink at the museum roof top. Sean had a spicy sausage with tomato on a pita with tzatziki. The beer was from Santorini- a blonde beer called Volkan. Wicked food all around and great views! We spent the
later evening at the rooftop of our hotel. Our waiter/bar tender, Stephanos gave us some tips for places to seeon the next leg if our journey....Santorini here we come! ...
... to Athena Parthenos (the Virgin), the patron goddess of Athens. The Temple of Athena Nike is situated southwest of the entrance, and protects the main entrance. Another building in the complex is the Erechtheion. It is located on the north of the hill of the Acropolis. It is an elaborate building in the Ionic style. On the side facing the Parthenon is the famous porch of the Caryatids. The main temple was divided into two sections, dedicated to the worship of the two ...
call them stalkers, who’s job is to pull in customers. We only had to walk past
and they were calling to you. If you dared to look at a menu, they were out on
the pavement immediately, cajoling and wheedling to try to get you into their
place. One guy even gave me his card! And the restaurant we chose became our
best friends immediately. I must say, the meal was excellent, but ...
... br> bathroom at our disposal. I had virtually 23 hours before my return bus to Katowice, Poland. My hometown. I was very excited with the prospect of experiencing the sunrise and sunset in this ancient city full of marvellous archtecture and hills. I checked in at midnight and was practically ready to start exploration. I felt I had better get some sleep before I sightsee the city's attractions. I could not any. The adrenaline kicked in long before ...