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... the other guards foot with their foot.
Hilarious! Surprisingly, they encourage people to pose with the
guards and take photos. The plan was to go to the Roman Agora and
Ancient agora, but again we'd run out of time, so we went to the
shopping district and looked around. I wanted to buy a new suitcase
as 3 out of 4 wheels are now broken, but couldn't find one I liked.
Had a dinner of a gyro platter at a place called Pita Pan (quite
nice) and went back to the hotel. ...
... into the winding labyrinth of the old town to pretend I knew where I was going. After talking to a few random people renting rooms who flagged me down, I settled on a nice room with my own bathroom and a, albeit non-working, washing machine. And a half bottle of ouzo. The time on the island was largely uneventful: good food, good scenery, some hiking, and laying on the beach. Perfect for re-energizing oneself for future travels. Now, I must add that ouzo, as some of you ...
... to this turtle rescue center where we learned about endangered species of turtles and what not. We also got to take two of the turtles that were ready to be released back into the wild to the beach to liberate them. The one was ready to go and took off. The other kept turning around and running back! They put him in the water but it turned out that it wasn't ready to be released and they took it back to the rescue center to work on ...
... hilltop, in the rain. Just as were were walking down the steps to our coach, the rain stopped. We would have enjoyed this so much better if the weather had cooperated.
Our guide told us about the lives in Greece and how they have drastically changed. Most of the their salaries have been cut in half due to their economic downturn. We did notice that the guide was not very happy. She never smiled. They are ...
... is skinny? I hope we come down skinny! Oh no maybe they are dead i cant see any coming down! Rachel: Architecture of the theatre is just like tasmania. Look- floating steps! What do you think happened to the rest statue? This all looks like egyptian architecture! Emily: wouldnt it be great if you could take a photo with your eyes. It just captures it so much better than my camera. Ben: if you keep your eyes open you can take a ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAmalia Hotel Athens
Nice hotel situated right in the heart of Athens.
Room was spacious but we did pay for a deluxe room.
Breakfasts were good but cooked items EG egg and bacon were always cold.
Internet service was poor considering that they charged Five euros for each 24 hrs.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.