Agistri Club Hotel
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... and laurel wreath. This arena was used for the modern Olympic games and many other events. It was also used for the Athens 2004 Olympic Games as well as many other sides in Athens. We can still see the stadium and the stone seats/benches that surround the fields. The restrooms at the stadium are something else - all white marble. And they are public restrooms - but you do have to pay to use them. Check out the photographs.
We stopped briefly at the Tomb of the ...
... some major stairs to the bottom of the hill where we wait for the funicular to take us the rest of the way up this incredibly steep hill. Once at the top you can see all of Athens from the sea to the mountains. It's a clear sunny day so we can easily spot all the places we have visited since arriving. After heading back down into Athens city and while wandering the streets looking for the modern gallery ( now closed for renovations) we find ourselves walking around ...
... to over the last week?
I arrived last Friday, a week ago exactly, and got settled in our apartment quick then went out for a gyro and went apartment hopping. In Rome we all lived in the same building on different floors, which was a great way to get to know each other well! Now we are in 7 different apartments (5 or less people in each) which has been really nice. I love our apartment! It's quaint, which is what I was expecting of European apartments. ...
... journey just to see the sun became a bright red globe as it slips quickly over horizon in a breathtakingly beautiful show.
If you are looking for somewhere a bit more out of the realm or rather out of the tourist guide, the island of Crete and in particular it’s capital Chania or Xania contains some amazing experiences such as gorge walking, an old venetian harbour and even a trip to the picturesque Elafonisi beach that has ...
... issued tickets
for 29th July, instead of 29th June – the Greeks!), and
walked around the winding streets of Mykonos looking for a T-shirt shop we had
seen previously. Our egos wouldn’t let us submit to the fact that we had no
clue where we were looking, but 30 minutes later, we abandoned the hunt. Later
at night, we headed back to Paradise beach (Cavo Paradiso Club) to check out
the party scenes. The club ...