Boutique Hotel Anixi
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... through Greek townships, many created during various wars with Serbia and Turkey. When we arrived in Athens in the evening, we thought we'd taxi to our b&b. Strangely, no taxi seemed willing to take us once we said where we wanted to go. This was a little comical, and a lot worrying. Finally we found a taxi driver that didn't speed off when we have him the address, and we drove about a kilometre down the road. The city centre was barricaded, with riot ...
... we had the most wonderful baklava ever in addition to Kaimaki. Now you might be asking what Kaimaki is, and if you'll like it, well if you like eating flowers served in the form of ice cream, the answer is yes. It's pretty weird stuff that is somehow creamy and chewy all wrapped in to one, if you're in Greece you should try it but I can't say I'll go out of my way to have it again. Greece has been good to us, and I hope I'll be back again someday. Until next time, love to you all - ...
... locals for directions.
Dane had to get a police report drawn up with regard to his missing mobile phone in order to lodge a claim through our travel insurance. We eventually found the station and were directed to the third floor. We waited for a while before being addressed by an officer in plain clothes who asked a few questions and then left us to wait a little longer. While we were waiting I received a call from the Brazilian Embassy. Our visas were ready! We ...
At 7am this morning we docked at Athens, what an amazing day, we opted to do our own thing again today, we caught a hop on hop off bus and headed straight to the Acropolis. We scaled the heights of this amazing site, the Parthenon is just spectacular. From the top of Athens most famous hill the view of the city is brilliant, the Temple of Hephaistos can be seen from there also. We had a walk through the Plaka, the 19th ...
... where we were served by Alvin, a friendly waiter, “passenger watching” and enjoying the piano player. Some of our fellow passengers are, in my mind, uncouth, not caring about the dress code, dressed at 8pm in shorts, black ankle socks & sandals, I ask you, and quite a few in jeans ,no sense of proper dress or ignorant despite notice every day of the correct evening dress code. If they want to dress in a slovenly manner they should cruise on a Thompson ship ...