Boutique Hotel Anixi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Banquet room
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... built 2009 on top of arcgnologis sites at the foothill of Acropolis (highest points) Athena - goddess of Olympia where greek gods lived. All western arts literatures, music, poems originated from Greek mythology. Love, murder, incests, betrial, mortals, immortals, dramatic story created to explain natural phenomena earth quick, storms, expression Apollo god of light, music, art Museum Ruin 3. Symphony party Orchestra naked ...
... promised the two boys that we'd go out for an ouzo with them if they met us at our hotel. We quickly freshened up and wandered outside. We weren't too particularly interested in meeting up with these pesteringly political boys, but it seemed like the thing you're 'supposed to do' while travelling - meet new people. We didn't hang around long and instead found some food. It was midnight on a Sunday and the busses and bars were full. I've never seen anything like ...
... that’s not just the graffiti given some of the pungent smells....Having lugged our baggage through some dark dingy streets, we finally arrived at the Evripides Hotel. Our bedroom was located on the 1st floor, right next to the lift shaft….our bathroom consisted of a half bath with a hand held shower....and no shower curtain. Our Juliet balcony looked out on to derelict buildings and one solitary operational office. Scenic. Not.
....But the next ...
After leaving the Acropolis, we walk through the narrow alleys to our lunch venue. The streets are narrow and crowded. More graffiti, more rubbish. The area is quite hilly, fortunately we are going downhill.
Lunch is traditional Greek fare, 3 filling courses and lots of it. We also get some local wine, just as well we can buy beer.
We then progress to the Acropolis Museum, which opened in June 2009. The building is impressive. ...
... became harder and harder to deal with. I had new expectations. I was going to be doing Greece alone. That shouldn't have been a problem. I was able to travel and enjoy plenty of countries on my own, so why was I having such a hard time with Greece? It could have been the finality of my relationship, or the fact that I still held onto a bit of hope that we could still make something work. My hopeless romantic heart holds onto so much love and the idea that love stories ...