Monthly Archives: May 2011

A taste of the Aegean: Frank Curley’11 recounts his semester in Greece

A semester in Greece simply cannot be properly described in a blog, but I hope this overview gives readers at least a taste of the Aegean. Its people are friendly, the land is beautiful and the history is overwhelming. Whether it is ancient or medieval, the scenery of Greece is still a wonder for those willing to make the trip to the land of the Olympians.

My semester in Greece started out in Athens, which, thankfully, had a warmer climate compared to the snow storm I dodged. I stayed in Kolonaki, a section of the city based on the side of Mt. Lycabettos. Continue reading