We had spent all morning on the Acropolis from opening, and made our way to Dionysos as our last stop in the afternoon. It is on the southern slopes, going away from the Acropolis, but still inside the boundary of the Acropolis proper. It was relatively quiet compared to "the hill"-probably only a couple of hundred people, and well spread out so that you can have plenty of room to yourself. We walked through, up, and down, and then spent some time just sitting and looking. Liked the small but intricate stone carvings that are on the walls, and just the fact that you can wander through and touch and feel. Imagination plays a big part in these types of ruins, and it must have been amazing to be here in the day. This Theater, and the whole of the Acropolis proper, are just amazing-more than we had expected
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