Cocca's Route 9
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... the 3 important buildings in Athens (1st University, 1st Court and the Library), then we went to the Panathenaic Stadium, drove by the National Archaeological Museum (next time visit...got to leave something for next time) and then on to Lykavittos Hill to see it all from above!
Like any big city, Athens has sprawled and grown...but from the highest point in the city it glows!
George dropped us at the pier in Piraeus and we set ...
Hi EveryoneWe left Santorini this morning, we had to, the weather turned overcast! You can't be there when the weather is not shiny...it just won't do!
We took a taxi to the airport and flew Aegean Air back to Athens...Mark Aegean Airlines on your list off rip-offs. They charged us $30 per bag....no free bag. Then they told us we could go on line and buy discounted bag check...only we couldn't because we booked through Star ...
... not even clean. We've spent as much time away as we could this evening. We actually had to buy a can of air freshener so we could stand to be in the room. This evening I did a bit of car maintenance. Having driven just over 4,000 miles I thought I should clean the air filter. I have a K&N reusable air cleaner, so all I had to do was clean it. I'm hoping to see our gas mileage improve tomorrow. Speaking of tomorrow, we're driving to Concord, NH in the morning. More tomorrow, ...
A short distance north of Albany is Saratoga Battlefield National Historic Park, site of an important Revolutionary War battle which ended in a decisive victory for the colonial Continental Army over the British under General Burgoyne. In addition ...
With a population hovering around 100,000 Albany is a rather small city to be the state capitol of such a large state. Although I've passed through on highway several times on my way to Quebec or the Adirondacks, I only stopped in the city once. That was on a field trip in middle school. I don’t recall the details of how I was one of four from Mark Twain Middle School who got chosen to go on a bus with social studies teacher Mr. Jacoby with students from ...