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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... topped rock, overlooking Athens, that rises 150m above sea level, with a surface area of about 7.4 acres, saw the view then what work was involved in its original building of 429 BC and now the restoration work in process, which began in 1975, funded by UNESCO. The Parthenon and other buildings were seriously damaged during the 1687 siege by the Venetians in the Morean War when the Parthenon was being ...
We had a lovely time last night saying goodbye to Poros,and made the most of our last quad bike drive into town to drop the bike back before dinner.
The drive from the resort into town is around 3km and so lovely - passing by gorgeous seaside views and lots of restaurants and roadside accommodations as you near town. Fortunately the bike hire place was only a few doors up from the restaurant. We ate our last delicious seafood meal at Taverna Poeisdon ...
... getting on a Funicular to the top of the mountain. Once at the top we could see the whole of Athens and the sight was fantastic. We made the decision to stay at the top to watch the sunset over Athens, and this was well worth the wait and was a beautiful view. By this point the temperature had taken a bit of a dive so we headed towards the town to grab some dinner, and even a cheeky ice cream on the way back to ...
... labaro. The train wasn't stopping at every stop. We panicked and got off two stops ahead of ours. We hoped on the next one and realized at night you have to press the request stop button. That would have been nice to know from our host. Train arrived at labaro. We got off and attempted to find the pay phone that was suppose to be at the station according to our host. Nothing. We found mamas pizza and I ...
... best digs in the country, awesome stuff. Down in the boarding area we let one sardine-can crowded train pass and waited for an uncrowded one. We travel a lot in busy urban situations so Joanne and I have pick-pocket protocols in place. Protocol: If possible avoid crowds. The problem with uncrowded trains is that they can turn into crowded trains very quickly and ours did. As we approached our stop, Joanne noticed an old lady had thrown her ...