Palio Eleotrivio Guesthouse

Address: \N, Artemida, Attica, 37300 , Greece | Hotel
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          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking


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          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service

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          A travel blog entry by lrbeard on Jul 19, 2015

          4 photos

          ... went and how we took off! He did eventually gesture and where my hands went and he said 'sit' which we promptly did! Then the cord thing basically starts unwinding giving the parachute thing more wind and it can slowly start to rise taking us off the boat and up into the air! This was a pretty amazing experience. We went up to about 400m above sea level and we could see the whole of the bay and the mountains in the background and our tiny little boat far below. There were jokes made ...

          Paris and flight to Rome

          A travel blog entry by lrbeard on Jul 04, 2015

          3 photos

          ... ride (even with the early start) we got there at 9:45am, 15 mins before it started. We had been advised to go early to avoid the queues but the line was already pretty long at this stage. The line was also pretty slow moving. The limit is 200 people underground at a time and the tour takes about 45mins. We could see early on we were in for a long wait but we were really keen to go in. Plus if we bailed after lining up for an hour we had basically wasted ...

          The Cradle of Civilisation!

          A travel blog entry by lauraapple on May 19, 2015

          3 comments, 10 photos

          ... Parthenon is truly mesmerising and is easily spotted from almost anywhere in the city. It was a temple dedicated to the city's deity Athena and at one stage housed a 13m gold statue of her in one end. Throughout history it has also been both a Christian and Muslim temple after the Ottoman Turks invaded Greece in the 1400s. All of the sections are carved from elegant marble and on top of the sacred rock tower over the city. It is a glorious site and one that should ...

          White elephants cast long shadows

          A travel blog entry by simon-nicky on Mar 23, 2015

          1 photo

          As it was nearing the end of our trip, we decided to have a slow start to the day before heading out, so we had a delicious breakfast and we were on our way. We walked down the grand promenade and negotiated our way into & onto the metro. The metro journey was quite a substantial one, but we were hoping it would be worth the trip. Our destination was the Olympic park from 2004 - we had heard mixed reviews of the site so we were anxious about what we ...

          Acropolis! Another tick on the bucket list

          A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Nov 04, 2014

          35 photos

          ... at it- build so high and so perfectly. That most famous Parthenon was the next famous building we saw. So big so bold and so skeletal, the construction continuing in its middle and sides, scaffolding contrasting the big heavy stone columns, scantily clad in marble remnants. Reading about this buildings history and the different rulers and gods it was shaped and changed to encompass was breathtaking. All around the acropolis ruins and relics stood in ...