Alma Hotel

5 Dorou Street, Athens, Attica, 10432, Greece | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Athens

Finally! We Have Made It To Athens!

A travel blog entry by joshua.anoff

... students and met them. After about ten minutes, we began our concert. It consisted of The Best of All, I Got a Robe, a piano solo by Benny, a guitar solo by Taylor, Uskudar, Entarisi ala Benzior, The Dance of Zalongo and Yerakina. The concert went pretty well. The lighting was better than it has been in most of our concerts while here, and the setting was the closest thing we have had to an actual stage the entire time. We also had much better sound equipment thanks to the ...

Do they speak McDonalds?

A travel blog entry by jammin

5

... The Acropolis Museum was only opened a few years ago and houses artefacts from the Acropolis. At the entrance you can see the ruins of an ancient Athenian neighbourhood uncovered during excavations. Inside the vast light-filled spaces there are magnificent view of the acropolis through ceiling to floor glass. Large sections of the floor are perspex/glass and you can look straight down through several floors to the excavated ruins below. to be continued.....
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Saying goodbye to the yacht crew

A travel blog entry by emily.hall.7758

25

... recommended for the best souvlaki. It didn't disappoint. We found a rooftop bar afterwards with a view of the acropolis.

My last day in Athens I did what I do often and walked and walked and walked. Visiting all of the main attractions, including an ancient cemetery the Roman agora, the acropolis, an archaeological site of Olympus and the national gardens which was where the Parliament house is. I had then ...

Acropolis and Temple of Zeus

A travel blog entry by kristoffero

81

... The Olympeion was an enormous structure, the largest temple in Greece, exceeding even the Parthenon in size. It was built on this vast complex in 515 B.C. during the reign of Peisistratos. Completing took many centuries until 2nd century AD. In the Hellenistic and Roman periods it was the largest temple in Greece consisting of
104 columns, each 17 meters high, made of Pentelic marble. Only 15 of the Corinthian columns remain standing to give a ...

One last night in Athens

A travel blog entry by reinapaul

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... our last day we had planned to visit the Hephaesteum. It was nice but for someone with very little archeological knowledge looked very similar to the acropolis except in much better condition. The sun was hot and our bellies craved some gyros one last time.

After a leisurely lunch with some beer we walked over for some Greek yoghurt with all the toppings you can imagine at our disposal. Before we knew it we had met our host Fanny and we were settled into ...

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Location

This 2 star hotel, located in the Omonia Square area of Athens, is near Ancient Olympia (Archaia Olympia), Temple of Athena Nike, Parliament Building (Vouli), and Kolonaki.
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