Acropole Sunrise Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... be a lot more complicated to figure out. We had our hotel help us know how to get back to the center of everything, but we ended up being so exhausted that we didn't have a lot of energy to do anything. We kinda walked around and got some dinner. We explored the park next to the current parliament building and then just went back to the hotel.
Side story here: I don't think I mentioned that when we were in Athens the first time, Kevin accidentally left his bag ...
... active. In fact the only activity we didn't have a go at was the trip to the hot volcanic springs - but seriously I have to draw the line at some of these extreme activities. I mean, its one thing to be holidaying on a volcano, but have you seen Dante's Peak? We totally know how those teenagers ended up who partied in that hot spring.
We got to eat chicken and lamb souvlaki (well at least we were told that it was lamb...not quite convinced that we were being given another ...
... city wide sewer systems.The frescoes that have been uncovered depict stories of Ancient Greek life, including sea voyages to Africa. This site is one of the greatest modern day finds and its excavation has barely began. Our next stop was Anna's Taverna, a family run business that Jenny had seen on Giada's show. This place was fantastic! We walked in, were warmly greeted and handed a tray of all sorts of home made jams, spreads, sundried tomatoes, ...
... behind us as we toasted it with a bottle of bubbly and head to Dubrovnik. Polly got an invitation to cocktails after dinner but I didn't so I wore my best thongs to dinner while most others had coats and ties or black ties as suggested. We enjoyed our night together and were joined later for a few laughs by our Kiwi friends. We realised it was Halloween when at 9.30 we saw a group of kids in child care being led in their orange and black crepe paper costumes w painted ...
... shops (almost all white except fo the blue domes of the Greek Orthodox Churches). I walked down the main street of Oia (IA) which weaves up and down dale, much of it with cobble stone or marble paving as well as being either stepped or on steep slopes. The width of the main street varied from about 4m wide down to about 1.2m wide. It had an absolute charm with all of the little shops immediately abutting it. There were also many small lanes ...