Athens Easy Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAthens Easy Hostel
Good value for price. Friendly staff. Location just off main vincinity, but immediate area is a bit shady. Breakfast included and free fast WIFI. Rooms are basic but clean.
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... I have tried it once some years back without disappointing me. (Kastelorizo Moschofilero) A refreshing white wine with enticing citrus, floral and melon aromas. Light and satisfying. €19.00 bottle.
TERRACE VIEW: Our table was at the side and the very edge of the terrace, the whole city of Athens spread below giving a feeling that we are on top of the world. As it gets darker one after the other the lights around the Acropolis are lit and suddenly you ...
... we left. I saw on the menu that they served food until 1 am! The dinner was absolutely AMAZING and one of the best meals we have had on this trip. Two different meals today - both suggested by locals and both authentic Greek food. I have a new appreciation for Mediterranean cuisine.
We wanted to watch USA play, so we made our way back to the metro station and there were a few bars right outside. Sat down at one and watched the game until halftime. ...
I was very excited to be visiting Athens and in particular to be going to the Acropolis and seeing The Parthenon. Well overall I would have to say I was a bit underwhelmed. Athens didn't really do anything for me, the tour guide left a bit to be desired and the crowds, scaffolding and cranes at The Parthenon was horrid! We arrived early; about 9.30am and already there was quite a ...
... bus and drove to Sounion, the southern tip of Attika, the part of Greece Athens is in--about an hour away. It was a beautiful beachy day for us :) I swam in the Aegean Sea!!! Woohoo! Then we went to the top of a hill where the Temple of Poseidon is and watched the sunset. Beautiful!!
Monday was a national holiday: Oxi day (when the Greeks gained independence from the Italians) so we had the day off. We went to the parade of honor students, then walked ...
... I said New Zealand, and they said "England?" I said no, New Zealand, under Australia? Then the wife proceeded to tell us about her family member who lived in England. We decided to roll with that.
So this is my first morning in Athens! Technically it is only 4am local time (3am when I woke up) but my body is obviously in its own timezone which is not dictated by daylight hours. Ah well. Ill let ya'll know how my first day in Greece goes in a bit!