Acropolis Hill Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... than scheduled take off time. The reason given was a mechanical fault with our original aeroplane, so a replacement was found. We finally boarded our Airbus 320 plane at 3.45 and take off was at 4.37. After a good quick flight we touched down in Athens at 9-38
(London time 7.38, 2 hrs ahead here) so a 3 hr1 min flight when normal time is 3hr40min. Georgina our driver from the hotel was there to meet us,and drove us to the ...
... statue missing arms, even torsos without heads or a bust without nose or ears. Some of the destruction came by environmental stresses, but most came through war and purposeful demolition of the conquered people's valuable cultural prizes. The restoration effort is complicated and will take many years. The museum takes several hours to get through properly. We took our time reading and watching what ever we could, drinking in the history before we toured it tomorrow. ...
... We’re met by our guide before we clear customs and he fills in our custom forms. We pass customs in less than 3 minutes which must be a record. The negative news Egypt has in the west has curtailed the number of tourists and the impact is dramatic for the locals. This explains why passing customs is so quick these days. We take a minivan to the centre of Cairo to the museum of antiquities. On the way Massimo, our guide, explains the political situation and general history. ...
... last swim at the perfect beach and sun bathed for an hour or so. I Took yet another ice cold shower and was so frustrated Jen had showered right before me and hers was hot so I was convinced I was cursed. Turns out I was just turning the knob the wrong way...3 days of cold showers for nothing, I am an idiot. Packed up the rest of our stuff and left it outside for the staff to take to the bus. Had a 10 minute bus ride to the port and another 6 ...
... EVERYWHERE, but always a space to get a good pic without too many others in it. It's hard to explain the feeling of being there, this site that's been here for so many years, thousands - that's pretty unreal. The unfortunate thing is that the restoration process means that there are cranes, and scaffolding around, along with diggers, which goes take away from this marvelous structure, and the marble they use to restore it with is white in contrast to the terracotta ...