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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... There are some truly incredible views from up there. Once I'd seen everything I wanted to see, and read every interpretive sign I could find, I started making my way down in search of some falafel. You guys - I didn't even got lost once! I did discover the flea markets in Monastiraki accidentally though... But I found falafel! It was so good! It was served with hummus and tahini and baba ganoush and something that I can only describe as 'kindof like pico de gallo'. All ...
... foods. We are in Athens, a metropolis. Unlike other large international cities with lots of tourists, the Taco Bell has closed down and McDonalds will be gone soon. The preservation of the family owned eating establishments rein. I haven't seen a Starbucks yet either.
Everyplace we walked to and visited was neighborhood. In the bakery, we watched the making of "loukoumades"" a Greek version of donuts. ...
... the segway and headed back to the hotel. Overall, the tour was both educational and challenging. Was filled with plenty of opportunities to take great photographs of famous places. I would definitely recommend the tour to anyone, including school groups.
I just enjoyed a relaxing room service dinner and as soon as I finish this blog I will watch television in my room until I am ready to go to sleep. I want to be well-rested for tomorrow’s adventure.
... The museum’s top floor, called the Parthenon Room, is angled to match the Parthenon itself, which is within sight atop the nearby hill.
People lived on Acropolis Hill as early as 5000 BC! This "sacred rock" was for many centuries the most important religious centre of the region. In the middle of the 5th century BC, when Athens was at the height of its power, Perikles had the gateway, Parthenon, Temple of Athena Nike ...
Today we went to Delphi, and visited the Monastery of Osios Loukas. It's hard to stay enthused about looking at ruins for two weeks... That being said it was still an amazing once in a lifetime experience to view ancient temples, columns and raceways. As we hiked up the mountain I quickly understood why the Grecians were athletic and related gods with nature. Osios Loukas was also an ...