Photos: Fair Cop and Mad Dog
(At the observatory car park)
The hare Pussy Basher
Ancient dwellings existed here and all over the hill
(MD taking photo)
Fine view of the Acropolis and Parthanon
Landscaping by Architect Dimitris Pikionis (1950-1957) - The Anderon
of the ancient Greek gods
(Location - just below the Filopappou monument)
Models of the gods set up on makeshift alter
The Filopappou monument
Detail showing chariot and horses - Filopappou sponsered sports and horse racing
Rear Entry pours champagne for all
The hare Pussy Basher
Pussy Basher is awarded his 100 run badge and pewter tankard
RA Fair Cop givingout more down-downs
Jacket Off and Bag Lady
Chicken Choker and wife's last hash
Fair Cop and Wet Dream
Fair Cop gives away old T-shirts
Gaspacho beans and Tzatziki
Baby red mullet
Meat balls with rice
12 hashers - bill came to 17 euros each
(Tip provided by TV to cover kids)
Map of Filopappou Hill showing some of the points of interest
Trail AS LAID by the hare (Recorded by Pussy Basher)
Trail AS ACTUALLY RUN by the runners - just over 5km (Recorded by Pussy Basher)
Runner's trail - enlarged
Walker's trail - about 3.5 km
DIRECTIONS TO THE HASH
Sunday 19th Jan 2020 @ 11am aka 11.00hrs
Hare: Pussy Basher
Venue: Filopappou Hill National Observatory
On Inn: tbc
By Metro: Get off at Thission metro (green line) and walk right up the hill on the pedestrian road Apostolou Pavlou.
Turn right towards Aghia Marina church. To the right of the square in front of the church there's a path that goes up to the National Observatory.
Meet outside the Observatory by the steps that are next to Filopappou Hill. [Map below]
By car: Make your way to Pireos Street, central Athens. Driving south towards Piraeus, take a left turn to Thissio on Iraklion Street which turns onto Nileos.
Be careful at the top of Nileos next to loads of cafes - do not follow the road around a sharp hairpin bend (on to Akamentos), but carry on (leftish)
- to what looks like a pedestrian walkway (cars are allowed on this stretch) and take the second right turn.
Follow this road uphill as far as it will go. Carry on for about 1km and turn right on Bikos which will take you up to the National Observatory.
There are plenty of places to park there. [Map below]
GPS coordinates For Sat Navvies:
37.972734, 23.718030 (Both CORRECTED)
PLUS CODE XPF8+VH Athens, Greece (WRONG LOCATION!)
LINK https://www.google.com/maps/search/observatory,+thesio+Athensfirstname.lastname@example.org,23.716045,17z (WRONG OBSERVATORY!)
Lost? Directionally Challenged??
GPS not working or you dont know even what it is? Just plain stupid???
Call: the Hare: PB 6971 833990