Adonis Asonitis Apartments
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Concierge desk
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Acropolis should be province of the gods . When all the buildings were reduced to ashes by the Persians on the eve of the Battle of Salamis (480BC) Pericles set about rebuilding a city purely of temples . As we entered the Acropolis we saw Theatre of Dionysos on the Southern slope of the Acropolis . Built between 340 and 330 BC on the site of an earlier theatre dating back to 6th century BC . It held 17,000 people. It is still used today for performances as was evident with ...
Yesterday was Friday and I went to a couple of places. The first was the Library of Hadrian, which is a ruin and not really anything to write home about. The next place I visited was the rebuilt Stoa of Attalos which is a very long and columned , two story porticoed building in the ancient Agora ( the old forum and marketplace of Athens). It holds a museum with a good number of statues and treasures found on the site dated ...
For the first time in forever we had a day in the room. Once we woke up we went to the breakfast buffet all I had was toast. Then we went up to the room to play on the I pads. We worked on the power points for a while. We had leftovers for lunch. Ava and me didn't leave the room till 5:00. Then we went for a swim we had chicken in the room and went to ...
... the battle between the gods and giants, winding its way from the main city gate of the Agora towards the Acropolis.
Last stop on our tour of Ancient Athens was the sacred hill of the Acropolis. With its long history, it is best known for its monuments of Classical Greek civilisation and the buildings erected during the middle of the 5th century BC when Athens was at the height of its power. You enter through the Propylaea, with the small ...
... she was saying that unemployment continues to be very high and whilst the cost of living is expensive, the cafe culture thrives thanks to the generosity of parents giving their adult ‘children’ money to spend on such luxuries - and what else can they do without a job or studying to pursue….She went on to say that people are very afraid in Greece now, in fear of losing their jobs and in spite of poor working conditions, workers are keeping ...