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This week I had the chance to spend a few days in Athens, the capital of Greece. Although the trip was work related – my company sent me to attend to a conference – it wouldn’t be me if I wouldn’t try to make out of it as much as possible and see all the “must see” places. I have been to Greece few times before, but never to Athens, so I was very excited to explore its rich historical heritage and cozy old town part with the narrow streets and welcoming taverns.
I didn’t make any major plans or preparation this time (except being determined about climbing up to the Acropolis). My lovely Greek friend (hello Dafni!) gave me some hints and directions about where to go and what to do in a limited time I’ve had, but that was all. As the sessions finished and I could finally sneak out of the conference room, I just started to walk wherever my feet took me, enjoyed the early summer sunshine and immersed in the mediterranean atmosphere.
So this time I won’t write any details and background info about Athens and its sights (probably someone else will share a post about it in the future). Just come with me and let me show you all the beauty I have seen – through the lens of my camera.
Have you ever been to Athens or Greece? How did you like it? Let me know in a comment or write a post about your own experience!
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