I had originally thought I’d write a multi-post series on our Thanksgiving trip to Athens, but it turns out our three-day visit wasn’t quite enough time to get an in-depth experience worthy of my usual writing.Changing of the guards outside Parliament.Sure, we visited the Acropolis, hiked up Mount Lycabettus and took a hop-on-hop-off bus tour. But as I noted previously, most attractions close early in the winter and we got rained out a couple times, so we didn’t get to do as much sightseeing as we would have liked.View of the Temple of Zeus from the Acropolis.So instead I’ll share more photo highlights and let the pictures do the talking. After all, a picture is worth a thousand words. (My blog posts aren’t usually that long, but you get the idea.)Panathenaic Stadium, the original Olympic stadium.Arch of Hadrian. Changing of the guards.Athens.Athens is a very photogenic city. There are so many beautiful sights to see — from historic ruins to colorful markets to cafe-lined streets.What do you do with all your vacation photos?