Hotel Dioskouros

Pittakou 6, Athens, Attica, 10558, Greece | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Athens

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 …

Athens

A travel blog entry by simplyb on Aug 06, 2013

7 photos

... make our way up there - still so hot ... All happy to finally see the Parthenon live- Thomas made a model out of a Kellogg's pack for school this year - so when we asked everyone several months ago, where they would like to go, Thomas immediately said: "The Parthenon!" Tick! And luckily for the rest of us too, as it truly is remarkable ! Long walk back - just had our favourite Pita Gyros and went to bed- early rise ...

Sarajevo to Belgrade

A travel blog entry by 08753519 on May 27, 2013

... all of the males aged between 12 and 90 to another area. This was the beginning of the largest genocide since world war 2. The men were believed to have been pulled from the warehouse and said they were going to be interviewed. This never happened. They were instead taken behind a building and murdered in the most horrendous ways and made to watch the executions of others before being killed. I said the pain was written all over the guides ...

The Birthplace of the Olympic Games

A travel blog entry by rhodes0t on Feb 25, 2013

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... was like a ****** winners called Best Buy. We each found a few things for around 50 Euro and negotiated 10 Euro off each and were on our way. We walked around looking at the sights from a far but not going into any detail because we were expecting our buddy Drew to meet up with us and assumed he would want to see all the sights. We headed to the museum beside our hotel, but it was closed. Headed back to the hotel for a long and much needed nap ...

The Birthplace of Democracy

A travel blog entry by parleusted on Dec 02, 2012

1 comment, 33 photos

... slave, Greeks fighting Amazons, Greek Athletes, the Head of Alexander with lion mask, Aphrodite with Pan and Eros, Statue of a fighting Gaul, Statue of Emperor Augustus, Statue of Ephesian Artemis (blast from the past!), sleeping Maenad, Asklipios (Greek god of medicine and healing) and so on. There is plenty more that we did not get to see. And did we say that all this can be viewed for free on the first Sunday of the month? Just ridiculous but we'll take it. ...

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