Hotel Dioskouros

Address: Pittakou 6, Athens, Attica, 10558, Greece | Hostel
 
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      Olympic Dreamin'

      A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Jun 30, 2014

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      We arrived in Athens, Greece at about 1 am last night. This morning we meandered around the National Garden while enjoying some shade, it's been hot today in comparison to Russia and Istanbul (it's about 87 here). Then we walked to the Temple of Zeus and the Hadrian Arch and admired the history in the ruins. We also took pictures of the Acropolis …

      It's all Greek to Him: Dr. Camp's Archaeology

      A travel blog entry by bnnashton on Jan 22, 2014

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      ... could be reconstructed with absolute certainty, they decided it was a winner. Pieces of the original building were of course used, and the reconstruction is very accurate, according to Dr. Camp, except one detail: the lions embellishing the top of the building are missing their "tongues" that drain water off of the roof. Because of this, the lions "drool" a bit when it rains, rather than working like they are supposed to.

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      Athens: Ancient city of Gods

      A travel blog entry by reinapaul on Sep 20, 2013

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      ... little later, had breakie and headed off to Parliament House to see the changing of the guards. The unit is famous around the world for its unique traditional uniform, which has evolved from the clothes worn by the klephts who fought the Ottoman occupation of Greece. They do a routine that includes a lot of high kicks and back kicks. I thought their pom pom shoes were super cute. We then found the national garden were we saw some ancient antique columns and ...

      A Visit to the Poet Sandal-Maker of Athens!

      A travel blog entry by thejoaquins on Aug 02, 2013

      2 comments, 2 photos

      ... does nothing but write is like the moon, which gives off some light, but borrowed from the sun. A writer needs experience, which only working in another field can give him. Otherwise, he is rewriting what he has read in other books."

      Stavros's son, Pantelis, now runs the shop. He, too, is an artist who paints, designs costumes, writes plays and holds a degree from Parsons School of Design. Of course, he also makes sandals, at which he is very good!

      Cate may ...

      It Looks Greek to Me!

      A travel blog entry by bcope100 on Jun 11, 2013

      2 comments, 16 photos

      ... Of course, it's all uphill & I literally thought I was going to pass out. Thank goodness there was a nice breeze going & I had plenty of water. We finally made it to the ticket booth & waited in line for quite some time but once we had our tickets in hand, we were on our way. The sights of the city from atop there were really something to see---I know the pictures won't do it justice, but we'll ...