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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... br> sent him the correct details.
He was looking very fit and well, and had
organized a hired car for the week. He introduced us to the “Ethniki” which is
short for Nea Ethniki Odos or New
National Highway (actually Odos can be anything
from a small street to a highway). We got to know the Ethniki quite ...
... a good piece of property is always about location, location, location !" I know I'm not looking for a lifelong residence at the Oslo airport, but it reminded me not to settle for the wood floor, and maybe I could upgrade to some carpet even ? Low and behold I found an amazing leather bench with stools that sat perfectly at eye level so I could put my computer on there, watch a couple episodes of "an idiot abroad" (how fitting) and drift off to sleep. Just as I started ...
After leaving the Acropolis, we walk through the narrow alleys to our lunch venue. The streets are narrow and crowded. More graffiti, more rubbish. The area is quite hilly, fortunately we are going downhill.
Lunch is traditional Greek fare, 3 filling courses and lots of it. We also get some local wine, just as well we can buy beer.
We then progress to the Acropolis Museum, which opened in June 2009. The building is impressive. ...
... hours of daylight remained after we finished the museum so we headed over to walk around Ancient Agora , which is the area below the Parthenon and the city center of Ancient Greece. There is a reconstructed building here that served as the shopping and trading center, much like a mall. We walked the path that Athenians took each year to bring offerings to the statue of the patron Goddess of the city, Athena. One of the traditional offerings was a new dress for ...
... the sea side town of Napfia and check in to our hotel high on the side of the mountain where our room has wonderful views over the bay. We descend on foot to the town below and are lead on a walking tour through the old town. The quaint lane ways, shops and cafe's are quiet now at the start of the season, but are overflowing in July-August with holidaymakers. After a very arduous day we ascend the many flights of stairs back to our hotel for the included dinner and then collapse in ...