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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... night and again on a 5 minute bus ride this morning.
The Greece trip has 49 people on it and already not all of them are time conscious. Hmmm could be interesting but will await developments. Missing my buddies from the Turkey tour! We formed a back of the bus coalition (BOBC) and, when the rest of the crazy tourists manoeuvred their way to the favoured front seat position we remained (for the most part) locked to our seats in ...
... of the water. Yesterday we were cliff jumping , the water was 12m deep and we could still see the bottom. Bliss. The water is so salty here you barely have to tread water to keep afloat!! Greek food is so good. Seriously so good. I know I've already said that but Greek yoghurt is divine and they even have amazing icecreams here. The meat, yum. Everything is just great. We were cruising around doing the same route as 8 other yachts, day 6 was a ...
... we’re stunned as he says the names of the gods. My father who loved Egyptian history would have been very proud of him. There are many sarcophages and statues here but having a civilization that lasts more than 3000 years justifies this. We walk around the museum for 3 hours, listening to our guide roll off the names of kings, queens and gods. This is too much information for me; imaging someone reciting the list of all our kings and queens! We visit the mummies as the kids ...
For residents of Athens in Ancient Greece, standing on the acropolis of Athens must have felt incredible. Sightseers, politicians, and philosophers alike could take in the sights of the cultural city of Greece while surrounded by some of the most amazing buildings created by human hands. However the acropolis wasn't always as magnificent as it is today.
The Parthenon, the monumental entry to the acropolis, wasn't added until the ...
... some great conversation discussing cultural differences between Greece and North America, and travel stories from other destinations.
As we enjoyed the end of our meal and conversation with Barry, there was a bit of a disturbance on the street. The other restaurateur adjacent to Marco’s, was walking up the street yelling at Marco egging him on with a chair. Shortly thereafter – Marco snapped, ran at the other man ...