Photos: Acropolis Highlights Short Stopover in Athens

Wake and Wander

I had just finished my piece on the Great Sand Dunes in Southern Colorado when my friends showed up, and we moved on to mojitos, sitting poolside on the rooftop of the Hotel Melia in Athens, looking out across the tops of the buildings of the crowded city, the infamous Acropolis in view about a mile to the south.

As I mentioned in a recent Conde Nast article, everything you’ve heard about the city of Athens being packed tighter than a New York City subway car is absolutely true. I felt a connection with the pace and pulse of the city (not to mention the gyros), but boy, talk about a maze. Navigating those Greek-named streets was by no means a walk in the park, and while the city is surrounded by mountains and dotted with hills, it can be tough to get a grip on where you…

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2 thoughts on “Photos: Acropolis Highlights Short Stopover in Athens”

  1. Questo e’ il blog giusto per tutti coloro che vogliono capire qualcosa su questo argomento. Trovo quasi difficile discutere con te (cosa che però in realta’ vorrei… haha). Avete sicuramente dato nuova vita a un tema di cui si e’ parlato per anni. Grandi cose, semplicemente fantastico!


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