Stalis Hotel

Akominatou 10, Athens, Attica, 104 37, Greece | 2 star hotel
Prices starting from $89.00

Travel Blogs from Athens

Greece Day 5

A travel blog entry by morganingreece


... on the very ground which we stood! Acropolis in Greek literally translates to "High city". Built on a mountain, the Athenian Acropolis served as a fortified governmental center with a great vantage point over the whole city.

We had lunch outdoors in the streets below the Acropolis. Little birds landed on our table as we ate tomatoes and peppers stuffed with dill orzo. It was one of the best meals so far, and for dessert we had ...

Travel Day - Athens to Santorini

A travel blog entry by pcopperfield

... the unemployment is massive. The taxi driver was a builder and can't find any other work and so drove taxi. He is worried that his children, like so many others, will leave Greece to look for work elsewhere. We had a bit of a rush to make our flight. Although we were at the airport early there were so many people checking in that we only just made our flight. We landed at Santorini at ...


A travel blog entry by jmuir82


... means NO -staring is very rude (which makes people watching more difficult but easier with sunglasses on) -the locals are always dressed up (women in pencil skirts and heels and men in suits - even when it's hot and on a weekend) -showing someone your palm is the North American equivalent of giving someone the finger (tourists trying to take "look at me I'm holding up a column" photos are scolded quickly by tour guides as it is believed your are "flipping off the ...

It's all Greek to me...!

A travel blog entry by maccanat29


... repairing previous restoration work as steel was used to hold stuff together and it, along with other questionable handyman techniques, has caused quite a bit of damage.

Again we caught the subway to the area where all the restaurants were; we dubbed it 'Beautiful Town'. Finding ourselves a spot, we sat down to a great meal (souvlaki for Andrew and I and a kebab for Bronte). We also ordered half a carafe of wine between us, but somehow, that got lost ...


A travel blog entry by alice-patrick


... than our contests of today. I'd rather watch Athena battle Poseidon than Dancing With the Stars any day.

Back to the story. The Olympian gods, in judging the contest decided to give patronage of the city to Athena and she taught the inhabitants how to cultivate olive trees and produce olive oil. Since Poseidon was a sore looser, Athens also suffered from long periods of drought.

And so the stories go, combat and carnage, scheming and ...

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This 2 star hotel, located in the Omonia Square area of Athens, is near Mt. Lycabettus (Likavitos), Parliament Building (Vouli), Kolonaki, and Psiri.
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