Street me plz**-You spin me (a)round!
..a fast weekly walk on the down-town side of life.
Situated exactly at the center of the foot walk of the region of Gazi, you will recognize it immediately by its color-a bright pink-and its chairs-those with the multiple printed faces in them. Voutadwn 48 (48, Voutadwn Str-Gazi) is one of the best choices for coffee or food, as it also offers delicious plates and sandwiches. Always crowded, you have to be a bit patient in order to find a table, whether you prefer outside as to watch the people passing by or inside, on its “homemade” decorated interior. An inside tip: ask for a mojito with one of the provided flavors- we prefer vanilla!
For those of you who dream not only when they sleep but also with their eyes open, this is an exhibition that you must visit for sure! Loukas Hapsis is a photographer who travelled around the world and captivated with his camera multiple sun’s eclipses. His last inspiration was drown from the Easter Islands where he took pictures of the stars having as a font the gigantic statues of the island. From 1-27 of February, at Idryma Eugenidou (387, Syggrou Avenue), you will have the chance to see those images and day-dream as long as you want. I am wishing on a star…
If you decide that you want a bit of the aura of the sea and head north for your nighttime fun, then you must visit Bourbon (67, Daskaroli Str- Glyfada). Rock and mainstream tunes, always full of happy and nice faces and with an interior garden, it is a safe choice for drink and food under the sounds of well-known, new and old, rock songs. Every Wednesday, the group Full Tattoo organizes live performances that you must not miss!
After your usual Sunday coffee at Gazi, you have the chance to watch a different performance that combines elements of the old and beloved songs that our parents used to sing with a taste of minimal tunes that you dance your heart out for! Every Sunday, early in the afternoon, Imam Baildi are giving the pulse at K44 (44, Kwstantinoupolews Str-Gazi) and experimenting with Balkan tunes, traditional anthems as well as gipsy, swing, mambo and latin sounds. Don’t miss it!
If you are an architect, a wanna-be one or if you are just interested in learning how these buildings that surround as are formed, then Alexandros Tobazis is the person you should ask. The book “Letter to a young architect” encloses different speeches that the famous architect made to young students in Greece and in other countries as well as photographs and sketches from various masterpieces around the world.
The absolute combination: nude + lace
- Peep-toe heels ( Christian Louboutin)
- Skirt ( Valentino)
- Top ( Karen Millen)
- Clutch (Debenhams)
- Earrings ( Channel)