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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 …
... since our last shower! It was pretty hard to navigate metro, only because the language is so difficult to interpret and the spelling of station names often differs from map to map, but we got there and we made our way to our hostel, 'Athens Studios'.
It was a great room set up with three sets of bunk beds with it's own little ensuite and it even had a mini kitchenette in the room - the first time we've been spoilt with such luxury in ...
... out host. We dropped all of our things and got something to eat at a place right by our apartment. This was authentic Greek food. Nothing like the tourist stuff by the Acropolis. We ordered a Greek salad and 4 souvlaki. This food was probably the best I've had on this whole trip. We grabbed a beer and took it back to the room where we hung out for the rest of the ...
call them stalkers, who’s job is to pull in customers. We only had to walk past
and they were calling to you. If you dared to look at a menu, they were out on
the pavement immediately, cajoling and wheedling to try to get you into their
place. One guy even gave me his card! And the restaurant we chose became our
best friends immediately. I must say, the meal was excellent, but ...
... with her other hand. This statue, the Athena Parthenos, at five storeys high, must have been awe-inspiring. When the Roman Empire conquered Greece, they removed it, as a way of breaking Greece's spirit!
However, we are in modern times and as we reached the top of the hill, entered through some impressive columns, we sighted the Parthenon in all its scaffolded glory!! It was a bit of an anti climax! I guess the level of "wow ...