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Thursday, March 27, 2008

Some pictures of my trip to Athens

Temple of Olympian Zeus from the top of the Acropolis Temple of Erechtheion to the Gods Posiedon and Athena. It was believed that Posiedon and Athena fought for the city of Athens at this spot so half of the temple is for Posiedon and the other half is for Athena. Temple of Erechetheion in the background
Climb up to the Acropolis The Parthenon temple to the Virgin Godess Athena The entrance to the temple.
This was the beautiful view of the Acropolis from our hotel roof top restaurant
Temple of Posiedon at Cape Sounin. Sorry I look like as though I have blown in from the sea. The weather was atrocious that day wet and windy ugh! Theatre of Dionysus at the Acropolis Another view of the Theatre
An early Christian settlement excavated and displayed under the floor of the New Museum of Acropolis Temple of Posiedon. Beautiful view from the top of the Cape Sounin
Temple of Olympian Zeus which is the largest temple. It had 104 mighty pillars out of which only 16 survived. It is an amazing sight. The grand entrance to the temple of Olympian Zeus
In a Greek restuarant the gentlemen are singing some lovely folk music. Another view of Temple of Olympian Zeus
Tried to take the beautiful lit up view of the Acropolis but I am afraid I never got it right. This is the closest to a good picture I could take.


  1. Wow! Such lovely pictures! It looks like you had a great trip. That picture of you in the pink top is gorgeous .. beautiful smile!

  2. Oh WOW!! Shashi it looks wonderful, thank you for sharing your trip with us and you look fabulous. It's so nice to see you :D

  3. Your photos are wonderful...it is great to see a picture of you. It sounds like you had a wonderful time.

  4. Shashi, I truly appreciate you sharing all the wonderful photos from your travels. And what breathtaking photos these are! Thank you for sharing!

    Oh- I still have your gecko sitting here in a box waiting to be mailed-LOL! Poor little guy is probably as tired of sitting in that box as you are of wating for me to mail him. I will put this mailing on my to-do list-ha!

  5. Thank you for sharing your trip with us! :o) The pictures are just beautiful!! It sounds like you had a wonderful time!

  6. Shashi, you're so fortunate to have visited all the wonderful places you've been! Greece! Wow! It's a country of such rich history & wonder. Great photos (my favorites being those which include YOU!) And thank you so much for sharing!

  7. We have been to most Greek islands but never to Athens - you have inspired me!
    Love Linda x

  8. What a wonderful trip - wet and windy or not! I would love to see some of those ancient places. You're a lucky gir!

  9. oh what a great trip...loveeeeeeee those pictures and wow it looks so beautiful...oh my wish I could have been there with you...oh my

  10. Beautiful pictures of your trip! Glad your back and had fun!!

  11. What lovely pictures! You are so lucky to have been able to see Greece! Any plans to include such inspiration in recent projects?

  12. ho wow !!
    mes parents y sont allés aussi , ils ont adoré !!!!
    très belles photos .
    Bizzz from France !
    have a nice day Shashi !

  13. Hi I love your dolls I have never seen ones like that before I might just have to have a go at making one , they are butifull .I have been to Athens but dident go and see the Acropolis so thanks for sharing that with us .Please come and visit my blog, I would like that take care love from sesga xx

  14. Oh my dear friends it's so nice of you to share these great pics with us!
    I love them.
    You look gorgeous! It's good to see you (again)...
    Are you coming to France soon?

  15. Wow! what wonderful pictures Shashi! Thanks so much for sharing. What a wonderful vacation!
    hugs Karen

  16. What a wonderful trip. thank you so much for sharing pictures with us.


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