We had to go.
I knew hubby wanted to be there among his Greek Shadow Puppetry friends attending the first ever Convention on "The Greek Shadow Puppetry as intangible heritage",organized by the Greek and Byzantine Sector of the Granada University of Spain.
So we flew to Athens the previous weekend with those low cost airlines that have very reasonably priced tickets.National Historic Museum.
We also visited the Greek Shadow Puppetry exhibition which you should not miss, those of you living in Athens.
We didn't have much free time to walk around unfortunately.
Ilias Karellas theatre playing "The only journey of his life" by George Viziinos. It was a magical performance of shadows, light, music,songs and acting. We really enjoyed it.