My first Greek food in Athens… 🙂
Friday, August31: After enjoying my wine on the terrace of the Acropolis View Hotel, I wander a few blocks down the street to a place recommended by the hotel: The Acropolis Restaurant. I go inside on the first floor and find I am the only patron in the restaurant. I have heard the Greeks usually eat quite late, but as an American, I’m used to eating at an early hour. It’s about 8:00. For me that’s late, and I’m tired from my busy day of travel and my luggage debacle.
I have no idea what to sample, but I have two weeks ahead and should have ample time to try a wide variety of Greek foods. I order another glass of wine and then order something called mussels saganaki, which is listed under “starters.” I have no idea what I will get, as I’ve…
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