Palio Eleotrivio Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... We sailed a bit later then expected but it really didn't matter since we were doing an 8 hour trip to Rhodes in 32 hours. We were expecting a sail away party on the lido deck which strangely never happened. The service is fantastic but their doesn't seem to be much interaction with the guests. After sun tanning and enjoying the view as we pulled away from Athens, we got dressed and headed down to the dinning hall. The food is really good so ...
... hotel, the sounds of a voice over a loud speaker became increasingly louder followed by deafening chanting. We entered Syntagma Square to a sea of red. The people were waving their red flags just like you see little kids do at the fourth of July parades. There were people of every generation present, rallying peacefully and while I didn't feel the least bit uncomfortable, we didn't stay to watch. We quickly wound our way through the crowds back to our hotel where we could watch from ...
... so much so that we both now consider ourselves experts - but just don't quiz us!).
Not deterred by the growth in our brain matter, being the explorers we are, we headed off to firstly see Hadrian's Arch. This arch historically separated the ancient & roman cities. We then hot-footed across to the spectacular Temple of the Olympian Zeus - this is the largest Temple in Athens and was build by Hadrian in 131 AD.
... headed across town where we ascended Mount Lycabettus for a further high-altitude view of the city.
So we have been genuinely busy. Some bits of Athens could use a fresh coat of paint, but in general, the city is clean and charming. The areas around the Acropolis have a 19th century feel to them, which is not surprising, because there was a building boom in the latter half of the 1800s.
Our meals have been superb, ranging from collections ...
Spent the morning in Oia, the guys by the pool and the girls shopping. Then the poor porter lugged our suitcases up 7 flights of stairs - and our suitcases gain weight at every port. It took 2 guys to move the luggage and they earned their tip. No pictures, they were too fast. A six hour boat trip with stops in Ios, Naxos and Patmos, then on to Athens. By now we have our own Athens cab driver, Vasilis. He's a ...