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Athens ambience

We got off to a awkward start; I felt it the moment the Metro door in front of me got stuck, opening just enough to let people squeeze out. 375 more words


Looking Forward to See The Acropolis Museum

Acropolis Museum is an archaeological museum founded in the year 2003 and was opened to the public in 2009. The first museum was at Acropolis built in1874 but with the excavation of new artifacts this new building was built to house all the findings. 492 more words


Final Hours in Athens

Day 9: Athens

We were terribly sad to say goodbye to Katia and Dimitrios, but we knew our fun had to end at some point. 597 more words


Athens_at Acropolis Museum_'Samothrace. The Mysteries of the Great Gods'

exhibition: Saturday, 20 June – Wednesday, 30 September, 2015

During my short visit  in Athens amidst of the severe crisis of my lovely country with closed banks, people in agony and anxiety on the political and economical situation, it was  indeed a small breath  to visit the Acropolis museum for  the  exhibition… 438 more words

Museum Visits

Greek Island Hopper Part 1: Athens

After a quick layover in Amsterdam, this was the beginning of our real adventure. We met our Contiki group at the Poseidon Hotel, around 45 minutes outside of the city of Athens and facing the beach. 689 more words


Losing Our Marbles

If one looks east across the grey rooftops of Athens, it is impossible to miss an island of green trees and yellowed rock that rises above the flat city. 1,772 more words

History & Politics

Athens Two Night Stop Over

To avoid the expense of parking a car at the airport during our extended breaks in Crete we take a coach from our Wiltshire home town to Heathrow, so our preferred route to/from Heraklion is via  403 more words

Yvonne Payne