Acropolis Museum Boutique Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAcropolis Museum Boutique Hotel Athens
Easy walking distance to all the main sites and 200 metres from Metro one change staion from airport. (9 Euro ) clean rooms busy street, but double glazed gets rid of noise.Easy walk to fafes etc Good Brekkie, good reception service
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... and I spent a good hour waking around the Acropolis, taking photos and marvelling at the wonder of it all. Just the location of the Acropolis is stunning, and affords great views of the city. People watching on the Acropolis is quite fun as well, as there are tourists from around the world milling about. Although this makes taking photos a challenge.
Descending from the Acropolis we then visited the Amphitheatre of Dionysus- the birthplace of ...
... we changed for dinner and went to the hotel rooftop to see the view of the Acropolis and the rest of Athens. It was truly beautiful. Three of the girls and I decided to walk around a few blocks before we had to leave for dinner. We were warned about crazy drivers and homeless men...and boy were they right. The streets are narrow with very narrow and bumpy sidewalks if there are any at all. We walked through a stone park and up around the block. We saw some cats roaming nearing a ...
... criminal trial for the murder of Greek hip hop anti-fascist artist Pavlos Fyssas. We marched to Syntagma Square after the police issued a mandate that neither demonstration was allowed to march, to where Golden Dawn was congregating: We were held off by police with helmets and riot shields. One Fascist supporter broke through the police line and rushed ...
We arrived in Athens airport after a short and uneventful plane trip from Santorini. From here we had to catch the metro to one of the central stations. This was approximately a 45 minute ride with about 15 stops. When we got on the train there was only 5 or 6 other people on our carriage and we sat on a chair and put our luggage on the rack. We realised quickly that we should have sat closer to our luggage as the number of people getting on the train seemed to grow exponentially ...
... was very bemused by the soldiers marching with pompoms on their feet.
The tree lined paths in the National Garden’s brought a welcome relief from the sun as we made our way to the Temple of Olympian Zeus, whose construction began in 515BC and took 700 years to complete. It lies at the base of the Acropolis and one can see the Parthenon looming above. The ...