Achillion Hotel Central
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“Those that know, do. Those that understand, teach.”
Up early and feeling like the sun was going to slow us down. While the storefronts were opening and setting their wares onto the sidewalk, we were walking to the ruins of Ancient Angora. Unlike the Acropolis Area, it was less crowded and much easier to stop to read signs, wander through the garden pathways and get a better idea of life so long ago. one building ...
... divide and conquer. So with the map in hand and cameras at the ready we hit the streets. Our first stop on our walking tour was the Temple of Olympian Zeus and the Arch of Hadrian. Zeus' temple was the largest in Greece, even exceeding the Parthenon in size with 104 Corinthian columns each 17 meters high; only 15 of which still stand today. On the northwest corner of the sanctuary the Athenians honoured Hadrian by building an arched gateway which was a ...
... paleochora and a bit of Aegina Town. BEAUTIFUL turquoise waters. Calm, shallow ocean for atleast 50 feet out from the shore. We found ourselves considering ditching Athens and staying in Aegina for another few days.
But how could you come to Greece and not see the Acropolis? So, we got on another flying dolphin with our pistachios and marmalades from Aegina and waved goodbye. Landing back at Pireaus port, we sat for ...
... afternoon, I try to get a tan on the side of the pool. Victoria again sits next to me, I'm confused as ****, so many times I've seen signs that she's interested and at every turn people have shot down my theories, now she is definitely trying to get my attention, I have no idea what has changed. We play a getting to know you game, 2 truths and 1 lie. I learn that both Victoria and Priya are members of Mensa, Priya tells us she was on the Jay Leno Show as a three year old, ...
I knew this wouldn't be a good day but it was worse than I expected. Getting home at 7.30am and having to be on a ferry at 11am was the biggest struggle yet! Poor Marty was trying to wake me up for a good 15 mins but I physically didn’t think I could even function enough to get out of bed, I was willing to miss the ferry and leave that problem to future Jess again. But he wasn’t letting that happen. After a 30 sec shower, I shoved anything I could get my hands on in my bag ...
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