Acropolis Museum Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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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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... we took a moment to gaze at the Temple of the Athena Nike which was up high on the site.
On the way out of the Acropolis we wandered slowly down the hill till we arrived at the outstanding Theatre of Dionysos, which back in its hay-day held 17,000 spectators to view various shows - although it held a lot less now you could still imagine the plays being acted out there.
After that amazing visit, we took a quick pit stop for ...
Today we did a day cruise to three greek islands. We were up at six then the car they sent picked us up at 7. The cruise didn't depart until 8. We enjoyed a cappachino on the deck waiting for other passengers to board. The cruise takes you to three greek islands, near to Athens: Hydra, Poros and Aegina. It took around two hours to reach Hydra. Hydra has a town, called Hydra with a population of 1900, this is where the port is. ...
We caught our flight to Greece no
trouble except it was a bit late, so Tamara took ...
We docked early this morning but after too much fun last night the kids had to be dragged out of bed. Our guide George, of George's Taxis (I'm guessing there are a few George's that work there) picked us up at the gate and gave us a quick tour of the Port of Zea before heading up to the Acropolis. Once at the foot of the Acropolis we met our tour guide, Dora. A teacher who has gone on to do her doctorate in Greek history we couldn't have been in better hands. She had the kids ...
... The long drive from Aswan to Luxor along the agriculture road is dull. The Nile flows between desert mountains and the banks are used for agriculture. So the farmers live there as well. The road is the main form of transportation. It’s used by pedestrians, farmers on their donkeys, camels, overflowing minibuses serving as local transport, tourists, trucks and buses. So it’s slow and it takes 5 hours to cover the 250km. In late afternoon after relaxing in our hotel, we ...