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We woke up and bid adios to Hotel Tony. After stopping at our favorite breakfast place, the Green place, we headed to the car rental place just down the street. Thank goodness for Carl Wehman's patient lessons in driving stick shift. We headed out of Athens in a small Fiat Punto that had seen better days. Luckily it was a Saturday morning so traffic was light we made driving in the city a bit easier although the ...
... Oh well had lunch and back to the hotel to give you an update before the boys get back. Think we might find the beach later.
Found the beach after a few wrong turns and asking directions at least twice. Then found a lovely young couple with a couple of kids who were on their way back for their second swim. Up a very big hill and down the other side. A huge bar area with chairs and ...
... left port.
By the way, the ship we are on is terrific with really delicious food and lovely furnishings. We are definitely not suffering while on board as many of our favorites are available. They’ve named a new dessert arrangement after Joe – “Joe’s One of Each” – which includes one scoop of all five flavors of ice cream available in the main dining room (hot fudge on the ...
... because when we took the taxis from the airport that first night it was dark, and when we went to Sounio we traveled along the coastline. It was very pretty, objectively, but I don’t think I could ever spend a long amount of time there. It’s too dry—well, the landscape is. The mountains are huge and majestic, but they aren’t (well, these ones weren’t) covered with trees. ...
... braking to negotiate the tight hooks that bring us across the steepest slopes. Greeks are an impatient lot, it almost seems like overtaking is not a need but a compulsion. In Australia we would never dream of overtaking on a sharp corner, or two or three cars at once, or while on the phone; the Greeks do all three at once, casually cruising back onto our side of the road as oncoming traffic comes screaming around the bend the other way. ...