Athens: poetry of everyday life

Athens: poetry of everyday life

So, I’m leaving to Athens tomorrow and here is something I would like to share with you before I go: my guest post published by Tbex. This is a short review of a recently read book by John Lucas titled: ’92 Acharnon Street. A year in Athens‘.

It is special for number of reasons, one of which is the author’s academic background I share. It made really easy to feel just like him. Then, it is about Athens I have never been to but that’s I’m soon visiting (literally tomorrow). There is no better way to prepare yourself to a trip than read a book about it. And also because Greece described by Lucas has changed so much!

And you know me – getting closer to history like this sounds almost like magic! So hopefully you’ll find this Eland published book appealing. Just like I did!

About the author

I get easily fascinated with people and places. I am passionately curious. I get often seduced with the beauty of nature. Blue sky, pure water, white snow and endless horizon seams to be enough to make me happy.

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  • maryjomanzanares

    Looking forward to seeing you again!

    • It was great meeting you MaryJo! I like your new hair.

  • @hikerciser

    Wish I had spotted this BEFORE rather than AFTER I got home. But I will read it anyway and I’m sure it will still work its magic!

    • It’s never too late Jenny! I went to 92 Acharnon Street when I was in Athens so you will find here more pictures and stories inspired by this book. I really love this sort of journeys: following the author’s footsteps.