Amarandi Barrett's Greece 4 Kids

7. People in Athens

There are lots of gypsies and Albanians selling stuff and playing music in Athens. I bought a flower from these two boys. Once I bought a flower from a gypsy and when I walked into a restaurant with my parents the people kicked me out because they thought I was a gypsy selling flowers.
This little girl dances while her sister plays the drum and sings on Ermou street. Lots of people stop to watch them and give them money.
This is my friend Victor. Sometimes he plays drum and sometimes he sells kleenex.
When you eat in the restaurants outside people always come up and play for you. Sometimes they are really good.
Here is my other friend. He turns a crank and music comes out. Sometimes he lets me turn the crank.
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