Boutique Hotel Anixi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... big king in Athens "No Beth not Hercules, Pericles" and the acropolis was built in the 5th century bc.
Next, we went to the President's palace to see the changing of the guards. At this point, the tour groups were catching up to us since most don't go to the Temple of Zeus. Everything was at a standstill here because the actual Greek President was expected to arrive any moment. As a result, Jordan made a call to leave the palace and leave ...
... usually in low 60s / high 50s), it rained pretty much every day for a good part and it was windy, compounding the problem. We brought an umbrella but were not even able to use it in Scotland as the wind was olympic strength.
Hours - the hours of many restaurants and sites was disappointing -- only open for 8 hours (or less) each day, making it difficult to squeeze too much sightseeing into a day.
In sum, about what you would have predicted given ...
... we had some time to shop and it felt great since the prices were reasonable compared to Amman. Leather goods seemed to be all over, we don't see much of that in Jordan.
On the train back towards the port some man decided to pickpocket Dimetrius but didn't get far. He is well aware of how these things work and quickly stopped it. But it was interesting for us to watch it and see how subtle the man was.
Athens was beautiful, it would be great to have longer there some time!
... to the Olympic stadium! Soo cool! Walked around long time looking for cheap food. Chicken gyro. Kabob. Kenny ordered side salad, thought it came with meal. Also ordered more expensive portion. Back to hostel. Packed, showered. Free glass of wine for happy hour and Rummy. Bed.
... On our walk I discovered olive trees that grow everywhere! And orange trees are very common as well. I was a dork and got photos with the olive tree. I also got my first glimpse of the Parthenon on top the Acropolis. The temple of Zeus: It has Corinthian columns, meaning it was built after the Parthenon; zeus temple completed in year 2 AD. We didn't pay to get a closer look because you cannot enter the temple area so paying ...