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... we're not keen on Greek churches! It was also very small for a Cathedral.
On day 4, our last full day in Athens, we decided to go to the National Art Gallery. We walked there - like everything here, it's not far - and, just our luck, found it surrounded by fences, cranes and construction equipment. We know it had an El Greco exhibition (ads everywhere) which finished at the end of April, so assume they must be doing some extensions or ...
... walls - reminiscent of playground duty when a student wanders in to an out of bounds area or plays too roughly! After spending about an hour wandering the site we made our way back to the bus stop only to find another of Milligan's mob waiting for the bus.
Off to Piraeus where we will pick up the bike (hopefully on Wednesday morning). We had planned on having lunch in Piraeus - the port for Athens - but did not see anything that took our fancy so we returned to Syntagma ...
... the problem still lies in the moments of the last goodbye. No matter what preceded, I need this moment to last; unfortunately I've fallen victim to my shortest and most heartbreaking goodbye yet. Not a moment to look back. To leave with a kiss ...
... is the Propylaea which is in essence the entrance to the Acropolis and would have been both and impressive and intimidating entrance to walk through. Climbing the Propylaea you get a sense of just how big it really is but also how beautiful it would have been with all its marble and the ornate sculpturing. A great example of this is the temple of Athena Nike which takes pride of place above the left entrance, the statue that once resided inside has long since ...
... to keep us going and then started trekking further afield to Exarchia. Exarchia is like the East Village of Athens, with lots of cafes and bars, and more importantly for us, masses of street art. It was everywhere, so we spent a bit of time in the heat wandering down side streets finding amazing pieces everywhere. It was so hot. We then aimed somewhat towards the Acropolis and walked through a weird old part of Athens with hardly any people and a deserted tram ...