Greece, the country of Zeus and temples has a unique character among Mediterranean countries. Although it is situated between many countries that fall under the visa waiver program but it is still required to get a visa through the United States Embassy in Athens to travel to the United States of America. Passports of Infants or children who applying for a visa with their passport with “FUN” (first name unknown) or unbabtized” are not accepted.
The United States Embassy in Athens is located in Kokkali Street near the metro blue line station. Americans seeking services should line up on the right side and Greek citizens applying for visas should line up on the left. Both should be advised that carrying a cell phone or any electronic device could prohibit them from entering the embassy compound. The security procedure is similar to that of any international airport.
To add more fun being a Greek to your America tour with a US visa from the United States Embassy in Athens, Greece, you can visit the fountain of youth. The fountain of youth is located in St. Augustine Florida. There was also a book later written about the youth of fountain.
This fountain brings luck to younger families from ages fifteen to early forties. Legends say that it has been proven but no one knows for positive, that it will bring luck in your early or later years. If you had chosen to see the fountain of youth in early years of teen it will follow through until later thirties.
As for the early forties you will have better success in life after your forties. Most young families of not much wealth love to go and just imagine if it really does work, such as very early teen parents. You can safely drink the water right from the fountain, but you may consider some bug repellent. Get more information to make your America trip effective, exciting contact United States Embassy in Athens, Greece.