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February 08, 2008

New bus ticket machine at Plateia 1866

We'd known for some time that the 'posh' side of town had automated bus ticket dispensing machines. Our usual stop at Plateia 1866 completely relied on an old wooden kiosk though. Buying tickets from there is where we first got our primitive grasp of counting in Greek.

But when we got to the square last week there was a huge commotion going on at the bus stop - we were getting our own automatic machine.


I shall look forward to standing in a long queue behind bamboozled tourists during the summer...


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Will it dispense cans of iced tea and cartons of Refresh too?

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