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  • All Things Acropolis In a DayThunderstorms have been forecast for the rest of the week but the storms were forecast in the afternoon. We’d read, also, that we should visit the Acropolis early in the day; 1 to avoid the masses of tourists and 2 Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Jun 13, 2021
  • Completing the CIrcle to HomeSaturday 5 March 2011 I I don't know if it is because I put on my nightgown in the dark a couple of days ago and in the morning found it was inside out and backwards, but the weather today Posted by greatgrandmaR in 2011 B2B on Enchantment & Key West trip | Mar 6, 2011
  • Giorno Trente // Day 30Last day in Greece :( Rachel was an amazing personal tour guide today! She took me up to the acropolis (which I got in for free with my Rome student ID) where we saw the Parthenon, Temple of Athena, Cave Posted by trentacinque in trentacinque gioni all'estero | Jun 25, 2017
  • Day 4Lykavittos Hill has appeared in so many of my photos of Athens, both on this trip, and the previous one 6 years ago. Whether it's been a photo taken from the Acropolis, of the Acropolis or from Filopappos Hill, there Posted by judesbucketlist in Greece 2017 | May 31, 2017
  • Day 3So much for my "earlyish" start at the Acropolis! I'll have to start setting my alarm - my room is below street level & has only small high windows, so I don't get woken by the light (yes, I Posted by judesbucketlist in Greece 2017 | May 30, 2017
  • Day 1There's something to be said for getting to Athens in only 2 legs - it does get a big chunk of the trip over & done with, with a 17.5 hour flight to Doha, Qatar. And on that note, Posted by judesbucketlist in Greece 2017 | May 28, 2017
  • Athens...A City with Hidden CharmWe ferried back to Athens for the last few days of our trip and stayed at the Plaka Hotel. We found it to be very convenient for walking to nearby sites, shops, and restaurants. The city was a Posted by tammy_b in Our next great adventure... | Oct 27, 2014
  • All things must come to an end...DISCLAIMER – [i]This post, regarding the time elapsed between Monday, January 5 and Friday, January 9, was written solely by Natalie, due to the fact that the Kammerer sisters had returned to their respective countries of residence at the time Posted by NKammerer in Où je me trouve… | Jan 11, 2015
  • A Greek Escape==Monastiraki== An amazingly vibrant and old neighbourhood still in action after a few thousand years! Everywhere you turn from the square, there are wonderful items of every kind to find, to buy, to eat and savour. Spent almost an Posted by Ceej in Around the world | May 1, 2013
  • Athens Montage===Sunday 10-7-1966=== Today we again skirted the Acropolis , first visiting the the Choragic Monument of Lysicrates, before walking through the Plaka district to the Roman Agora with its Tower of the Winds. [img=https://photos.travellersp Posted by Ozac in Back Down Shoestring Road | Oct 16, 2013
  • First Day in AthensDelta was actually nice enough to serve bananas for breakfast, but I woke up just in time for them to clear them off our tray tables. I was able to stop the flight attendant in time to save mine, Posted by atbrady in Boundless Adventures | Sep 14, 2012
  • Tirana & AthensThere is an estimated 1.18 million traffic related deaths world wide each year. I am willing to bet that a substantial amount of those are in Albania. (This statistic also puts into perspective my fear of flying as there is Posted by patnell in Euroblogging | Aug 24, 2012
  • Athens Athens is one of the world's oldest cities and it's history spans over 3,400 years. It's oldest stories tell the tales of Greek mythology & the Greek gods and the city itself is named after the Greek goddess Athena. Posted by PhotoGlen in My Travel World | Apr 19, 2011
  • Unfinished Business...The day after we went to Hydra, we knew that we had a task to attend to: the Parthenon must be visited. I know, there are people who say that it's overrated, that there are plenty of other Posted by Dunnie in The Donovan Family Odyssey | Feb 20, 2011

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