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Athens to Piraeus to the Mediterranean
“Yeah l' man rhythm gettin' in my shoes
There's no use-a sittin' here -singin' the blues
So be my guest, you got nothin' to lose
Won't ha let me take you on a sea cruise”
After four nights in Athens, our next
travel day began. Unlike Monday, which involved several thousand
miles, three planes and a taxi, this time we needed to cover only
seven miles to the ...
... one given by Captain Kim Sharman again on his Naval flying career, and then Leon gave a lecture on the “Solar system and beyond" both good lectures.
Lunch today with Harriet & Steve from Staten Island. We had pre dinner drinks in the Commodore Lounge. Took some pics at dinner tonight with all 8 there of our table guests. The show tonight “Hotel Royale” was an average production, just song and ...
... pictures from different angles so didn't really notice it too much. The view of the city from up there is spectacular. I love all the history. The guide pointed out the massive rock ringed by a stadium that the Apostle Paul spoke to the people of Athens. Wasn't one of his successes only had one convert that day, Dionysius. We spent a good hour up there and were down by 9:30 and back on our bus. The masses arrived as we ...
... and then following a crowd of people celebrating Good Friday. They were journeying out of the church around the block which symbolised Jesus Christ's walk to heaven. I enjoyed my stroll around the neighbourhood and by the end of the night I felt safer than I did at the beginning. 1 night @ International Youth Hostel: 3.5/10 Small shower and bathroom **** lock on the door It was hot at night and the air con was broken so I couldn't sleep at night. The only good thing was the wi-fi for ...
... Plaka or old city. We passed many interesting old churches and buildings including St Nicholas church which was built to pray fro protection for sailors going to sea. First stop was the Panethenia or Olympiad. It hasn't been used since 1896 for Olympic games although the marathon from the last games ended there. The rain stopped long enough for us to get out of the bus and take photos and then a sudden deluge sent us all scuttling back to our bus. We continued past ...