Acropolis Ami Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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On Friday we started our three day island hopping cruise. We got on the cruise ship at Piraeus and sailed to Mykonos during the day. It was really windy so the boat was rocking like crazy. Luckily we all purchased the unlimited drink package so we spent most of the day with cocktails by the pool, until the wind became unbearable and we all went to our cabins for a sleep. At 6 we disembarked at Mykonos and experienced the full force of the windy island. After a quick ...
Not happy this morning when I open the shutter and it's overcast and raining. My breakfast had to be served inside ( by that cute greek boy dressed in all white). We visit in Karpie's room until time for their shuttle. They are off for another day and half in Athens. Today is not what I had hoped. I expected another beautiful day to lounge by pool or return to Amoundi Bay for another fish. After check out we quickly walked, almost empty ...
... lights become one with the impressive roof lighting, referring to the stars and galaxies and create an amazing scenery that travels anyone present. You might easily get the feeling that you are dining in one of the greatest metropolis of the world. I consider it the # 1 Signature Spot of the city.
Situated on the 13th floor of the Hilton Athens, it arguably offers the "widest" view of the city: from Lycabettus and the Acropolis to Mount Hymettus to the ...
... a bit of a letdown that we had chosen it.
With the sun set and time getting on we decided it was time to get back to the airport, we had only managed to eat about half the platter and we were completely stuffed so we had it boxed to give to the less fortunate.
On the way back to the station passing through one of squares we came across a commotion with a rowdy bunch in green surrounded by riot police. Thinking we had walked into some kind of protest we ...
... lunch on the side of the road which ended up being on of the best lunches ever. I had a halloumi, pork and roasted vegetable souvlaki and Jamie had a falafel - both were extremely tasty and just more delicious than we can ever put into words. Probably would go as far to say it was in the top five things we ate. Anyway we took a tube after that right down to the south of the city to approach the Acropolis from the back side. I can't remember why I thought it was a ...