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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.
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And so we are nearly at an end to our long and exciting overseas journey. I am going to be very lazy and combine the last couple of days into one entry.
WE arrived in Athens after an uneventful flight and made it to our last hotel of the trip - the Amalia Hotel. Great location, right in the centre of Athens, just across the road from the …
... like I said - my bag made it. I checked my bag in Bodo and checked it all the way through to Athens, which I was hesitant to do because there was such a long period of time between the two destinations (and let's face it, we are talking about airlines, amiright? although, not air canada, so I was somewhat optimistic). I arrived in the Oslo airport, found a plug in, and parked myself on the cold hardwood floor for about an hour before my dads voice popped into my head ...
... but it is good to be back.
2:30 pm had come and I was off it is a long first flight I got a few hours sleep but before I knew it I was at my first stop, Abu Dhabi! I only had an hour and a half till I needed to get on my next flight. I spent my time in a small coffee shop in the airport.
I've made it into Perth around one in the afternoon with another change over flight in nine and a half hours. ...
... around the narrow streets and illegally parked cars. The bus horn sounded on many occasions to warn other drivers that we were coming through. I was grateful not to be driving today even with Gertrude's help. Back to the ship for a swim and drink. At dinner many stories were shared of the different tours undertaken during the day. So much to see and do in Athens, but we had only scratched the surface. Hopefully one day we will manage to return for a longer adventure. ...
... day was truly amazing. The structure and design of the Parthenon was magnificent and it was beautiful to see it as it floated over the city of Athens. Areopagos Hill was also a special place to go to for it is considered the place where Paul delivered his first sermon. While on top of this hill we all sang our college Alma Mater which truly symbolized the impact the students and professors on this trip made to the greater ...