Acropolis Hill Hotel
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... on the runway. While we were boarding and taxi-ing, there was a police escort the entire time. And I checked, no other airlines had this service. Talk about high security. While I sat in my seat thing "please no one shoot us down" I looked around the flight and everyone seemed awfully calm. Guess that means it's just normal to them and nothing new. When I realized this, I relaxed a little more and tried to get some sleep. When we landed we were going to be in a new country!
... held in 1896, this was also built from remains of the Ancient Greek stadium and completely in white marble. We then head to a lovely restaurant to have a full on Greek buffet, as if we need more food. But it is lunch time and it is on offer so let's eat! Cape Sounion here we come. We drive along the coast road for about 1.5 hours, it is very pretty for most of the way with a lot of small coves and sandy (grit) beaches that are ...
... were both very close by. He wasn't kidding- the subway station we went to was less than two blocks away. When we emerged at the other end the weather had taken a turn for the worst, and regretting the decision to take my down jacket instead of my raincoat, we dashed up the acropolis trying to keep under the shelter of trees. Once we reached the top the showers had abated, and we ...
... not greek found our way to the hotel. We ate across the street at Smileys so we wouldn't get lost again and met a traveling musician who only played oldies American songs. The
Polish girl there tried to pawn her junk off on us...It was some weird broken light up butterfly. It was a strange bunch. The owner told us of his travels around America which could bore anyone to tears.
The next day we were able to find an easy route to a hop on ...
On our way to the Presidential Residence we passed through the National Garden where we stayed for a while looking at the funny ceremonial movements of the guards watching over the Presidential Residence.
Since it started to be really late we were about to go back to our hotel. But first we passed through the Plaka neighborhood, the one that is full of pedestrian streets. It's said that Athens has the biggest pedestrian paths in Europe.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility