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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... our bags and immediately went for dinner and we were not disappointed. Just the best food here, I actually think I like it better than Italy. Also food and cab fare here is MUCH cheaper it is kind of nice. We got home late and went to bed, got up early this morning and took a cab to Acropolis where we toured the remains of several ancient buildings and archaeological remains at the museum. We then walked for ...
... the building. We were able to take a picture there. The whole area here is very solemn. We also saw the national gardens which used to be the royal gardens then opened to the public. Greece is the home of democracy and the first king and queen of Greece opened these gardens to the public in order to grow support. We stopped for lunch in Monstiriaki Square and had gyros which were amazing. That's one good thing about Greece, it's such a poor country ...
In Athens we went out for our last group meal. The two oldies went back to the boat for bed and we found a bar close to the yacht.
The next day we were all leaving to find our hotels and begin the next part of our journeys. Most people had pre arranged accommodation but Jason, Krystal and I had not. Jason had found a flat on air bnb, a website where people privately rented out their rooms while they were away. ...
... get to know them! Today we hiked to the top of the tallest hill in Athens!! The view was amazing! We could see the whole city of Athens, including the Parthenon and the ocean! Tonight we are going to a play in Epiaduras to see a play at an outside Greek theatre! It will be quite an experience! I can't wait to explore more of Greece ...
... The beds are literally rocks and above each door are paintings of erotic positions which each girl could do and it also gave the buyer a choice. There was also a penis carved into the path way with the tip leading to the brothels. Our tour guide told us that it was a Jewish town because the pictures of the penises were circumcised which apparently only Jewish people did at that era. We got to ...