For Greece’s Taxi Drivers It’s Time to Switch Lanes

FILE - Pedestrian walks next to parked taxis on strike in central Athens, Tuesday, March 6, 2018. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)

Recently, during my latest trip to Greece, I wanted to catch up with some friends of mine who live in the country I haven’t seen in months. We went out to dinner in the central part of Athens near the Monastiraki neighborhood. After what was a nice meal we decided to get some drinks to close out the evening and be on our way. We reasoned that nobody was particularly tired and it is a rare occurrence for all of …

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3 Comments

  1. Lots of cab drivers in greece are the rudest that I have encounter rude nasty and terriable ambassadors , in fact Greece can be very hostile and ugly and of course thank god there is some wonderful people in greece

  2. In my village, eagles would swoop down, grab a lamb, toss it against the rock and eat it.
    Now we can have drones pick you up…

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