Art Suites Athens
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... not take long to get the key to my room. The service was efficient and extremely friendly.
STAFF/SERVICE: The overall level of service was excellent. The guys and ladies (Kiki & Amalia and the boys whose names I miss) at the reception, the management, the lady looking after my room (Mileva) and the guys at the restaurant were a bunch of professionals and really nothing was too much for them. Everyone is extremely polite and helpful making ...
... ll find old pillared temples to Athena, and get a vast view over her city. The Acropolis museum was one of the best museums I've been in, but for one point - it could have done with having more artefacts. Where are these artefacts? In England. This is a real sore point for me. I understand that for some of these artefacts, they have been in England longer since their re-discovery than they have in their native lands. I know that England has the facilities to house ...
... started as a dream I had as a little girl. I had my sights set on adventure, the land of Greek mythology and the goddess, and of course, sailing to distant ports.
Each of the women that joined me on this quest was following her own dreams. We came for different reasons. We all shared a common experience and yet customised our trip to meet our own desires.
I learned so much about myself and what ...
... where we were entertained with some nice soothing piano music. All 8 at dinner, Steve is a retired science teacher and Sheryl a maths teacher. In the Royal Court Theatre a group of 4, 2 young English ladies and 2 young American men calling the show “Sing” they sang a good selection of popular songs.
11 Aug. A bit of white cloud around this morning we are still in Istanbul. We sat having breakfast looking out on to a very busy but interesting port. ...
... Nowadays, little is left of the original structures but ruins and rubble - and a whole lot of columns. The Agora visitors centre had a bit of information on the ancient site, as well as the remains of some of the pottery and statues found during the excavation. The most interesting item was a giant Spartan shield. Considering Nathan and I are quite big fans of the 300 franchise, this was an item of interest for us to say the least.
The space taken up by the ...