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... Piraeus, they hadn't heard of it and directed us to another bus. We
were pretty confident of our information and eventually found the X80
stop ourselves. After all, the express bus has been in operation for
only about a year! Piraeus itself is a thriving city with all the
big shopping centres and higher end shops as well as it's own history
dating back to ancient times. No time to look around here this
visit. We couldn't have asked for better ...
... was about an hour. In this time a drunk Polish man came and sat beside me and we started chatting. He was so curious about Canadian life and the education system, as he works in education somehow in Poland (his words were slurred so I basically only got bits and pieces of this entire hour long conversation). He taught me all sorts of things about Greek history, Polish history, Russian history, even some language history (Latin and all that). When I told him my name ...
... due to its location.
Luxury hotels line the square and pedestrian-friendly streets lead away from it to the historical part of Athens.
Tips: A good base to get the Metro, or the ...
... specified boxes. A lot of items were reconstructed such as the amphora and categorized by which country they came from. Dr. Camp concluded with the amphora was used to transfer liquid and each amphora were slightly different by their design. We finished up with the Agora that morning and went on to give our last concert at Lycée Léonin, a Greek and French private school. Our concert began with a few English pieces and then we started in with the Greek ...
... who turned out to be a retired couple from Brussels so spoke French, on the other side was a table which was occupied by an older Italian mama and papa with their adult daughter. The ship docked around 9am in Athens (10th) and would stay in port all day. We had booked a 5 hours tour to see the Acropolis and Plaka the old part of Athens. Our first stop was at the Olympic Stadium built in 330 BC in marble. It was ...