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Athens & The Big Fat Greek Wedding

“You’re going to Greece?!” my Greek-American friends asked wistfully in the days leading up to our trip. “Opa!”

“You’re going to Greece?!” my non-Greek friends (who keep up with the news) asked incredulously. 1,337 more words

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On the Trail in Greece: Greek Gold from Russia at Acropolis Museum

President Vladimir Putin’s May 2016 visit to Greece began the
“Year of Greece and Russian Cultural Events”. The traditional bonds of friendship and collaboration between the two countries gave hope to a country and people really suffering. 748 more words


Diona ( or Artemis) and Aphrodite

Another sketch from the Acropolis Museum that had beautiful drapery that I was able to practice. 12 more words


Closed Doors and Secret Museums

Museums are full of surprises. On my adventures I’ve come across museums that tackle all sorts of topics; museums about death, museums about Marzipan… 426 more words

Two Athens Museums that must be visited

Athens museums are among the best in the world, they hold and protect some of the world’s most precious collections. Home to the masterpieces of Archaic and Classical history, they are a treasure trove to the past. 754 more words

Best museums in Athens, Greece

                             Athens is the unofficial capital of museums. With so many to choose from,

                                                               here are four of the best

Museums in Athens

Athens is the guardian and protector of some of the world’s most precious collections. 374 more words

The Swiss Family Carlson Climbs the Acropolis

We are in Athens, Greece! It’s another place I thought I’d never get to see.  And apparently my iPhone never thought I’d get there either because every time I put in a search for “Restaurants in Athens” I get barbecue places in Georgia. 1,218 more words

The Swiss Family Carlson