A for Athens
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... putting everything into prospective
18 million people will visit London this summer. We walked over Blackfriars Bridge 303 meters long built 1769 same year as Capt Cook discovered NZ, to the “Tate Modern” where we met our friends, Ami & Trevor and enjoyed a 3 hour lunch such wonderful interesting company.
They had come up for the day by train from Tunbridge Wells. We later walked over the Millennium ...
... Israel, did you pack your own bags, etc. Then the passports were checked and then it was time to search our bags. Logan's was first and the gentleman was very thorough in his investigation, looking through every zipper and pouch. Then it was my turn, and this is when I uttered the dumbest thing I could have possibly said in airport security. As the man asked me to unzip my bag, I said "yeah, sorry it might explode, I have a lot of clothes" As soon as I said ...
... zebras but also lions, 20 hyenas, black-backed jackals and golden-backed jackals. A jackal is a jackal but Lewys will correct you and tell you the differences. Lewys and Nina love to research and find differences in the animals we see. The following day we drive around lake Manyara which is different than the other parks. You see more birds there and less mammals although we see a herd of giraffes which is very nice with the lake in the background. That ends our Tanzanian safari ...
Ugh that 6am wake up call was the worst start to the day. I was so exhausted because I was running on only about 5 hours of sleep or less. I didn't go out and party or anything, but since we didn't get back from Mykonos until like 8:30pm, we didn't finish our dinner out until about midnight. So by the time all my stuff was laid out and packed for the morning, it was about 1:30am. I had the weirdest ...
... the "women shaped columns", the fascia sculptures from the Parthenon roof, and many, many statues. By this time our minds were more than overloaded by monuments and history so we decided to go to the Parliament Building and watch the unusual changing of the guard. Kind of silly we thought, but still entertaining. Lastly we walked and had a look at the original Olympic Stadium????. The next day we went to the airport at 4am to catch our flight ...