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Sunday, 9 October 2011

Welcome to Athens, Greece!





12 comments:

euthymic said...

We feel sad that Greece is going through such economic difficulties. We hope for the sake of the people that they find a way out of this...

Lúcia said...

I hope things get better soon in Greece...
Can't wait to see the other shots! Have a good new week Gringo ;-)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

It's not a happy place right now, interesting shots Gringo and welcome back!

Kaya said...

Welcome back, dear Gringo.

Yes, Greece is going through a very difficult time. It's sad.

I am looking forward for more pictures from Greece. I am ready to "travel" across the ocean and see this unique country. Great and interesting shots!!!!


Greetings from Kaya.

Helene said...

how tough for the Greek people to have the police everywhere in the streets...good pictures

Bitch said...

Sad but your photographs are an everyday situation here in Athens..
I have really not the guts to go even near to the center of the city!!

Send you greetings from Athens...
Monika

RedPat said...

Wow what an interesting trip you must have had!
Neat that you knew the laneway in my shot - I love those little hidden gems.

ρομπερτ said...

Hope you had a safe stay and carry happy memories though.
And yes, last Wednesday was difficult. Oct. 19th probably again. And countless other days as well.
Please have a good start into the new week, to catch up with memories hope you take a look from time to time at

daily athens

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Gringo, I am glad you have returned safely and brought photos. Daily Athens and Monika, we are thinking about the people of Greece in this difficult time. Your country is beautiful and the people are strong. I have some wonderful memories of Athens and islands of Greece.

Bises,
Genie

Maggie Mae said...

Greece does not look to happy right now. :(

Woofs and Licks,
Maggie Mae

RedPat said...

Gringo - I am back in Toronto, left Cromer on the 23rd to spend a week up near Manchester. I love that area of North Norfolk all along the coast and it was beautiful weather while I was there so it was fabulous!

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