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Greece 2010 - Athens II


We were treated to a full day of FREE TIME in Athens - with lots of options to occupy our time.

Andi hosted an optional excursion, which about a dozen of us joined (and loved!).

The rest took to the streets for exploration on a beautiful day. Some bought tickets for the "jump-off" bus tour and got to see many of the sites. Others went by foot and saw many of the same sites (but endured a full day of walking). The sites included Parliament, the Plaka, Temple of Zeus, Hadrian's Arch and/or Library, the ancient Agora, the beautiful city Gardens and the Olympic Stadium.

More toured museums on their own, went shopping or spent a day of leisure in Athens. All reported back having a great day.

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