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- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... gunpowder storage and was hit by a cannonball.
We spent quite a while walking, looking, and listening to our guide, and of course taking photos. An amazing place.
Our next stop was to see the Panathenaic Stadium which hosted the first modern Olympic Games in 1896. In ancient times the stadium on this site was used to host the athletic portion of the Panathenaic Games, and rebuilt in 329 BC. ...
After a restful night sleep, we awoke & had a complimentary continental breakfast which prepared us for a long day of walking ahead.
Our first port of call had to be the main attraction, The Acropolis! We headed just a short walk from the hotel and joined the gangs of tourists (mostly americans) climbing the hill towards the site. We stopped of firstly to gain a different perspective of the impressive Odeon of Herodes - we could ...
... to ask if they knew where the phone was. The waitress let me use their phone and she dialled the number for me. The employee answered and said he'd head to the gate right away. We hiked up the hill to the apartment and we're let in right away. Our place isn't anything special but has everything we need. Tomorrow we will check rome out. It was 10:30 by the time we reached our place so we went to bed right ...
... 8217;s place is near the small village
of Kamissiana, in the
middle of an olive grove, about 20 minutes drive from Chania We went to a local
taverna for dinner, where they greeted Niall like a long lost relative, and
provided a delicious meal. We also got introduced to the local spirit, raki,
which they provide free at the beginning or end of ...
... That made all the difference, it was still more crowded than I'd have preferred, but the light was great and the crowds as we left were miserable. Believe everything you've ever heard about traffic in Athens. OMG! Our tour guide told us a story about a bus driver and a priest who were at the Pearly gates at the same time. St Peter asks the first guy "What did you do in life" the answer "I was a bus driver" St Peter lets him in. The second guy answers, "I was ...