Adonis Asonitis Apartments
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the real thing instead of that fake thing back home. (Although ours is still standing, not like this ruin, um, just sayin)
Still missing the tube, we decide to hike on down to the heart of ancient Athens. Notice I said down, and if you have seen the Acropolis, it is up, way up, up through the atmosphere kind of up.
We slide through the market at Monastiraki and start the winding climb around through Hadrian's Library, past the ...
... 13th Century, a large clay pottery vase dating back to the 5th Century BC illustrating the exceptional art work, and a variety of sculptures including a fabulous bronze of Zeus, a marble statue of Hermes and a exceptional statue of Aphrodite dating back to the 2nd Century BC.
Leaving the Modern Museum, we grabbed the next Hop On Hop Off bus to take us to the Agora. One last visit to the Agora and the Plaka and we would ...
Although we were excited to get to Athens we were also dreading it a little. It's August and it is very hot! Matthew and I are just not used to the heat anymore, but even my parents are dying in these temperatures. I think the sun is much stronger here than in California. Or maybe we just don't hike around California looking at ruins in August. Hmm, that's a thought. Lucky for us as we were climbing up to the Acropolis ...
... up and was ridiculously uncomfortable the entire trip. Lucky there was a gem at the end and after 3 hrs we landed in Athens. By then we were far too excited to be there and I was so grateful to get out of the plane. We caught a bus from the terminal to the port. It took about an hour n a half to get there. Because the bus was so cramped and full we didn't pay the bus fare. Don't judge it ...
... check out the statue that the tour guide kept pointing at the position where it once stood. We spend about 1 hour having the opportunity to walk around and take heaps of photos, but don't touch the marble as their are rules against that. Back on the bus and we do a drive around the city of Athens for the guide to point out a few other significant structures, we stopped at the Panathenaic Stadium which was built for the first ...